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The ex-wife Tatiana Akhmedova of a Russian billionaire Farkhad Akhmedov has hired former military personnel to seize a superyacht after winning £ 453 million in Britain’s largest divorce settlement.
A Russian billionaire’s ex-wife has won £453million in Britain’s biggest divorce settlement in the UK
The court settlement comes after a judge found that Tatiana Akhmedova’s former husband and son plotted to keep her from getting huge settlement by hiding his assets pic.twitter.com/E7LiwfMoRe
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Tatiana Akhmedova received a 41.5 percent stake in ex-husband Farkhad Akhmedov’s assets
Tatiana Akhmedova received a 41.5 percent stake in ex-husband Farkhad Akhmedov’s assets of over £ 1 billion from Justice Haddon-Cave at the end of 2016 – but he did not pay.
Tatiana took legal action in the UK and abroad to track down and seize his property.
The mother of two argued that her ex-husband was hiding assets and accused her 27-year-old son Temur Akhmedov of serving as his father’s “lieutenant” in the trial.
A spokeswoman for Tatiana, who is Russian but lives in London, said she has hired an asset recovery team that includes former members of the Royal Navy’s Special Boat Service.
Today he said millions of pounds worth of assets including a helicopter and speedboat have now been recovered.
The spokesman said Tatiana also thought she would be able to lay claim to a superyacht – the Luna – worth more than £ 200 million that is moored in Dubai.
He said a court ruling in the Marshall Islands, where the yacht is registered, paved the way for the transfer of ownership.
A Farkhad spokesman disagreed, saying a court ruling in Dubai prevented Tatiana from seizing the yacht.
Farkhad said a British judge should not have made a decision on money as he and his ex-wife are not British and were not married in the UK.
It’s the final leg in Britain’s most expensive divorce case ever – which began five years ago.
Earlier this year, another London High Court judge concluded that Tatiana had been the victim of a “series of programs” designed to keep “every penny” out of her reach.
Justice Gwynneth Knowles concluded that her ex-husband and eldest son Temur had worked together against her.
During the marriage, they enjoyed a lavish lifestyle – splitting time between a £ 39 million mansion in Surrey and a £ 27.8 million vacation home.
Tatiana had already successfully sued her son for a £ 5 million property in Moscow when the family broke up.
The judge said very large amounts had been transferred to Temur and ruled that he would have to pay his mother around £ 75 million.
A spokesman for the couple’s son said he was only engaged to end the “war between his parents,” adding: “Like millions of young people, Temur is implicated in his parents’ marriage separation.”