Russian billionaire buys Trump's 660 million mansion, suspected of corruption being detained in Monaco

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Russian billionaire buys Trump's 660 million mansion, suspected of corruption being detained in Monaco

2018-11-08 20:25:07 16 ℃

In recent days, the special inspector of the "Russian intervention in the US election" Muller has focused on some Russian businessmen.

According to foreign media reports on November 6, Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev bought a mansion from US President Trump, currently Detained in Monaco.

The report said that Rebolovlev faced Muller’s allegations of corruption and investigations that influenced selling. His lawyers stated that they regretted the breach of the confidentiality of the judicial process and demanded “respect” of his presumption of innocence in the interrogation.

It is understood that Rebonovlev is a billionaire who was in the 2010 Forbes Rich List Among them, ranked 79th, known as "the king of fertilizer."

In 2008, Rebnovlev spent $95 million (about 660 million yuan) to buy a luxury home in Florida. This mansion is Trump’s asset, Trang. At that time, I only spent $41 million to buy.

But after Rebolovlev bought the house, he did not live, but he did not appear at all. Instead, he divided the property into three pieces and sold it for $71 million. 2 of them.

Reported that Muller accused Rebolovlev of being based on the lawyer of Rebolovlev Mobile phones, SMS records show that lawyers and Monaco senior law enforcement officers have close ties.

In this regard, Trump’s allies expressed dissatisfaction. They believe that the mobile phone record of Rebolovlev’s lawyer is not within the scope of Muller’s authorized investigation. Muller has no right to do so. Come, so the basis does not exist.