PRINCE Harry and Meghan “shouldn’t line the pockets” of the Russian “Scarface Oligarch” from whom they bought their $ 14 million mansion after allegedly launching a three-year “campaign of terror” against two women, he claimed. one of his accusers.
Jennifer Sulkess, 32, is currently embroiled in a bitter legal battle with Sergey Grishin whom she accuses in court documents seen by The Sun of having sent “numerous death threats” to her friend and ex-wife Anna Fedoseeva , “Attempting to kill” Anna, 38, and hire a “hitman” to target them.
The Sussexes recently bought a lavish nine-bedroom, 16-bathroom mansion from Grishin, 56, who has also been charged in legal proceedings with threatening to cut Anna ‘piece by piece’ and make a ‘ false police report ”against her, causing her to be jailed for 10 days before being released without charge.
Billionaire Grishin denies all allegations calling them “false and highly defamatory”.
However, Jennifer says it is ‘heartbreaking’ for her that Meghan and Harry, who are fierce supporters of women’s rights, have not done their ‘due diligence’ on Grishin and are now ‘lining their pockets’.
“The thing I’m struggling with in this area is not demonizing them for buying a house, but he shouldn’t be lining their pockets with their money,” Jennifer told The Sun.
“The last thing anyone should do is fund it.
“I think it was not intentional on their part but I believe the due diligence was messed up. I would have checked Sergey Grishin if I bought him a house.
“As a woman who has had to deal with all of this it is very difficult to wake up and see Sergey Grishin sell his house to such prestigious people, especially someone like Meghan who has been a strong advocate for womens rights. ”
She added, “I think it’s important to speak up and I hope we win over other allies instead of taking the computer and seeing two allies that we would love to have buy a house from him.
“She’s a person who has infinite resources, infinite sums of money, so getting more money from people that we would love to be allied with with Anna and me, and help us, is heartbreaking to watch.
“I want them to be our allies and not his buyers. ”
Jennifer’s legal battle with Grishin began three years ago when he filed a lawsuit accusing her and her ex-wife Anna of having a lesbian affair and trying to defraud him. millions of dollars.
He claims the women failed to repay the $ 564,000 he loaned them to fund a movie they were shooting – claims both strongly denied.
They fired back in a countdown alleging that Grishin “sent numerous death threats, violent images and pornographic images to his wife and Sulkess in text and video messages.”
Grishin strongly denies all of their claims and claims that he was “the unfortunate victim of fraud.”
A message allegedly from Grishin to Anna, submitted to the court in March, he allegedly wrote: “I don’t care if you gave up. I’m just going to punish you by cutting your tail piece by piece. Until I reach your head. THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS [emoticon]
“Your life is truly over. ”
Another states, “I am now in total destruction mode. I am taking action that could hurt you a lot in any way I can. . . And understand and believe that I am nothing more than a killing machine now.
In addition to multiple allegedly threatening messages from Grishin to the two women, all submitted to the Los Angeles court, an alleged text message made an unhealthy joke about child abuse.
Another, seen by The Sun, referred to a racist joke about President Barack Obama.
But he vigorously denies any wrongdoing.
Jennifer got a three-year restraining order against Grishin from a Los Angeles judge, but remains scared after Grishin’s threats, included in court documents, that he “would come next”, “destroy” and “take” everything ”about her and everyone she loves.
She said: “I got a trial for the restraining order and won… the judge ruled in my favor and gave me a three-year order until April 2022.
“But it’s a life of fear… I don’t just go to the grocery store and I feel normal. “
‘Many false accusations’
Jennifer and Anna are seeking $ 125 million in damages, charging him with assault, assault, extortion, domestic violence, invasion of privacy and cyberstalking. A hearing in the case will be held in Los Angeles in October but the trial has been postponed due to COVID-19.
Grishin’s lawyers accuse Anna of making “many false accusations” to push him to pay her a settlement.
They add: “Mr. Grishin unequivocally denies harming or threatening to harm anyone.
“He has never been charged with any crime because he did not break the law.
“It is unfortunate that false allegations made in a civil case have now arisen due to a large-scale real estate transaction – and before Mr. Grishin had a chance to prove his case at trial in court.
“Unfortunately it seems to be the case that in order to put further pressure on Mr. Grishin to pay them money to which they are not entitled, Fedoseeva and Sulkess use the royal couple and the purchase of their new home, as part of their plan to extort funds from SG.
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“The truth is that Mr. Grishin is the unfortunate victim of a fraud perpetrated by his ex-wife Mrs. Anna Fedoseeva in respect of which he was forced to take legal action against her.
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