The Muscovite was left unlocked in France 15:52

Moscow businessman Yuri Sazonov wanted to sell his castles in France to pay off his debts. However, the Telegram channel revealed that someone had sold the property in his name plinth.

In 2003, the businessman bought two castles in a European country – “Coustet” (Chateau de Coustet) and “Naude” (Chateau “NAUDE”) in the Lot-et-Garonne region. Their cost is estimated at 3.5-3.7 million euros.

Two years ago, Sazonov ran into difficulties in Russia: he was sued and the company he owned went bankrupt. As a result, the entrepreneur decided to sell the French property through an intermediary named Jamal, to whom his acquaintances introduced him.

After a while, Sazonov, who wanted to check how the sales process was going, discovered that the castles now belonged to US citizens Tatyana Brennik and Valentina Haslam. The Russian businessman does not know who he is. He received no money for his real estate in Europe. Jamal stopped responding. Sazonov contacted law enforcement agencies.

Before that, Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman requested $15.8 billion from Luxembourg to freeze their assets.

previous entrepreneurs saidThose who received a loan in 2024.

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Source: Gazeta

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