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Russian beauty queen ‘demands £8m London mansion and £24k a month’ from ex-Malaysian King

The 50-year-old former  is locked in a bitter battle with stunning 27-year-old  Voevodina over her payout




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The drama is now unfolding in the  case of the ex-Malaysian King and his Russian wife.

It is escalating with interviews from the wife while the Malaysian Royal reportedly told people whether his ex-wife thinks ‘he is Bill Gates.”

The Russian wife of the ex-king of Malaysia is demanding an £8m London mansion and £24k a month’ in what The Sun in the UK calls an ‘astronomical’ payout.

The 50-year-old former  is locked in a bitter battle with stunning 27-year-old  Voevodina over her payout, says the UK paper.

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But the Russian beauty, after making the first statement admitting they were divorcing, is mum on the demands reported by The Sun.

In an Instagram post today, she said she gave her first interview regarding the divorce but ‘her husband is hiding from me and our son.”

“I gave my first interview to clarify our situation with the divorce. I haven’t seen my husband since last December. He is hiding from me and our son and unfortunately, he is the one who is making the public scandal. 

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“I would like to apologize for his behavior… Hope he will think about his reputation and will stop all these fightings. 

“Faris, you are a father and you are a Royal- please, think of what you do. Thank you for attention. Love all of you.”

The 25-year old and the former king of Malaysia divorced in what appeared to be a short-lived happy marriage.

According to the Mail Online, the former Miss Moscow demanded the London home after asking for one in the Russian capital, although these claims have not been verified by her.

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Voevodina is also said to have asked for £24,000 to help pay for the costs of their son Leon.  

It seems the battle for the money will be hard fought as the ex-King’s courtiers are asking whether the little baby “is attending Eton next year that she needs to much for an infant?”

According to press reports, the divorce was registered in July this year through the utterance of the word ‘talak’ or divorce by the King. -/TISG

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