A judge ordered billionaire heir Temur Akhmedov to pay his own mother more than $ 100 million (£ 75 million), after he helped his father hide hundreds of millions in assets during the world’s largest divorce proceedings. Together, oil magnate Farkhad Akhmedov and his son hid a super yacht called “Luna”, a helicopter, several mansions and the family’s vast art collection with works by Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst – all to avoid payment $ 631 million (£ 453 million) of divorce granted to his wife in 2016. In her decision, a high court judge referred to Akhmedov as “a dishonest individual who will do anything to help his father”. The two disagreed with the decision, which compared the rivalry with Anna Karenina, from Tolstoy, calling the family “the most unfortunate that has ever appeared” in that court.
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