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The art collection that belonged to former wife of South African tycoon Sol Kerzner, sold over 1.2 thousand pounds, because she forgot to pay a storage room. This publication reports the Daily Mail.
At the end of 2017 49-year-old Heather Kerzner (Heather Kerzner) decided to sell his penthouse apartment in new York. Luxurious furnishings and artwork that were in the apartment, moved to a warehouse rented for 230 pounds per month (19.5 thousand). Among other things, it left two paintings by English artist Damien Hirst, whose canvases at auction give tens of millions of dollars.
As it turned out, the woman several months did not pay for the storage of property. The owners of the warehouse are unable to be contacted and sold all the stuff for 1.2 thousand pounds (about 102 thousand). Paintings, furniture and other valuables, which cost about 500 thousand dollars, went to one buyer, who is not named.
The warehouse was rented in the name of the British businessman James Henderson, who was engaged to Kerzner. After the breakup she forgot to arrange payment warehouse. Henderson claims that he did not pay for it, because I didn’t know about the stored things.
In 2011, Heather Kerzner divorced South African billionaire Sol Kerzner who was older than her 34 years. The former husband paid generous compensation, she also got a house in London, worth 20 million pounds. First husband Heather Kerzner, American financier Charles Murphy, was involved in a fraud scheme of Bernie Madoff and committed suicide.
In 2007, it was reported that the Palace of the king of Norway has been exposed on the Internet auction site eBay for just one dollar, When the lot went up in price to 99 million 999 thousand 999 dollars, the administration withdrew it from the auction.
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