The Charity Commission has suspended the accounts of charity.
CHARITY backed by David Cameron and One Direction is the subject of a police probe after suspicious parents drafted in private investigators.
The Charity Commission has suspended the bank accounts of Believe In Magic, a charity which granted wishes for terminally ill children.
Ex-PM David Cameron tweeted his backing and rewarded the charity with a special Downing Street award.
But the charity are now at the centre of a Charity Commission and police investigation into financial mismanagement.
Parents of sick children recruited PIs who found trustees enjoying a life of luxury staying at £2,000-a-week Disneyland villas and taking trips on private jets and the Queen Mary 2 cruise liner.
One told The Sun on Sunday: “We grew suspicious and started asking questions. When Believe In Magic didn’t answer our questions we got in private investigators and handed everything to the Charity Commission and the police.”
The Charity Commission suspended the charity’s bank accounts in February as part of its probe.