Billionaire ex-boyfriend Vladislav Doronin is reportedly suing Naomi Campbell for more than $3 million financial dispute.
Real estate developer Vladislav Doronin is reportedly suing his ex-girlfriend Naomi Campbell for millions of dollars.
- According to TMZ, Doronin said that Campbell owed him money during a five-year relationship.
- Doronin adds that Campbell is now refusing to repay him and still holds $3 million in assets.
- Doronin and Naomi Campbell began dating in 2008 but separated in 2013.
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Doronin claims that Campbell still owns some of his personal property, according to legal documents obtained by TMZ. Doronin estimates it at more than $3 million.
Now he has lodged a complaint alleging that Campbell refuses to repay a loan which he gave her and that Campbell holds $3 million (£2.2 million) in possession of his belongings.
Forbes says that Doronin made his wealth from his business ventures and is the founder of the real estate development company Capital Group. Doronin is owner, president and CEO of the 20-country luxury hotel group Aman as well as the Chairman of the board and CEO of OKO Group, another real estate development business.
It is estimated that Naomi Campbell earned $60 million in the course of her supermodel career.
Doronin and Campbell first began dating in 2008
Doronin and Campbell first began dating in 2008 and remained a couple for five years until they separated in 2013. They have been separated for seven years now, but Doronin continues his claims.
Among the gifts he is said to have given him is a 25-bedroom house on the island of Cleopatra in Turkey, in the shape of an Egyptian eye Horace.
Campbell was previously in a relationship with U2 fascist Adam Clayton from 1993 to 1994 and Italian businessman Flavio Briatore from 1998 to 2003. She is said to have dated Liam Payne in 2019 for two months.
Vladislav has, meanwhile, been living with Russian model Kristina Romanova in romantic relations since 2015. Campbell may be set to appear in court following these legal documents.
The performer and model had appeared in court several times before and was convicted on four occasions of physical attack between 1998 and 2015. Campbell testified in court in 2010 during a war crimes trial against former Liberian President Charles Taylor.
Recently, Campbell showed off her new flight habit during the coronavirus. In March, Campbell released photos of herself on Instagram in a full Hazmat suit and face shield while catching a plane. Experts say the supermodel is something, and more and more people need to be careful when flying like Campbell.