Because they couldn’t pay for the chalet in Verbier VS
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson real estate scandal
Andrew ex Sarah Ferguson has purchased an expensive townhouse in London. However, she and the Prince still owed a lot of money to some people.
Sarah Ferguson, 62, has been saying for years that she is facing total bankruptcy. However, the Duchess of York just bought a house for six million in a posh London neighborhood. “God knows where the money is coming from,” one insider told the Daily Mail. Now Ferguson and her ex-husband Prince Andrew (62) are once again causing major discussions with the purchase of property.
There’s a “dirty story” behind it, according to French star Isabelle de Rovere, who sold her luxury chalet in Verbier VS to Prince Andrew and his ex-wife in 2014. The couple owes her CHF8.1 million so far. De Rove feels betrayed, she tells the British newspaper. “I am angry because now I know she has spent millions on other properties.” In her eyes, it’s amazing that Ferguson could afford the new home. “I thought they didn’t have a penny.”
The chalet owner thought Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson had no money
Isabel de Rovere asked for 22 million francs for her chalet – but she only got part of the money. Prince Andrew and his ex-wife were willing to pay the remaining 8.1 million Swiss francs in installments with interest. It did not happen – the owner of the chalet subsequently sued the spouses.
Finally, she agreed with the two of them for four million. Among other things, because she believed that neither she nor Prince Andrew had enough money. De Rovere finds it “amazing” that Ferguson was suddenly able to buy a house in Mayfair, a posh area of London.
Prince Andrew buys his way out of a court case for a modest sum
Prince Andrew’s spokeswoman said Prince Andrew was not involved in the purchase of the new property. The son of Queen Elizabeth II previously had major financial concerns: Virginia Jeffrey, 38, accused the prince. The accusation: He assaulted her several times when she was seventeen years old. The British royal family was finally able to avoid a lawsuit to pay compensation. But here, too, it turns out that he paid her much less.
The two agreed outside court for an amount estimated at 15 million francs. Joffrey donated a portion of it to a charity of her choice for victims of abuse. We are now talking about less than 3.5 million. Prince Andrew claimed a lack of funds. (the fool)
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