Grandson of ex-President of Kazakhstan dies in London just months after raising allegations of corruption by his family


The grandson of Kazakhstan’s first president died in London from an alleged heart attack just months after exposing his family’s alleged corruption.Aisultan Nazarbayev, grandson of former President Nursultan Nazarbayev, said he sought political asylum in Britain because he was afraid of his relatives after discovering alleged Russian corruption involving billions of dollars .

Last year the 30-year-old was given a suspended jail sentence after biting a police officer on the arm after being lasered four times in a stranger’s apartment in the West End.

Michael Wolkind QC said Nazarbayev’s behavior was fueled by mental health issues and cocaine.

Two days earlier he had threatened to kill himself.

The Telegraph understands that Aisultan was back in Kazakhstan before the UK lockdown, but returned to London ten days ago.


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