Thugs Allegedly Hired by Omani Estates Limited, Linked to Tycoon’s Children, Amid Roof Extension Dispute

Thugs Allegedly Hired by Omani Estates Limited, Linked to Tycoon’s Children, Amid Roof Extension Dispute

In a startling courtroom revelation, Omani Estates Limited, owned by the children of notorious criminal tycoon Nicholas Van Hoogstraten, is accused of orchestrating a burglary using armed thugs at a luxury Chelsea flat.

The incident is part of an ongoing dispute over a roof extension on the property owned by Maria El Massouri.

High Court Drama Unfolds: Omani Estates Limited Accused of Using Thugs in Luxury Chelsea Flat Burglary Over Roof Extension Dispute

A legal battle has erupted in the High Court as Omani Estates Limited, run by Nicholas Van Hoogstraten’s children, faces allegations of deploying armed thugs in a burglary at a luxury Chelsea flat.

The dispute revolves around a roof extension built by Maria El Massouri, with Omani Estates claiming ownership of the contested space.

Nicholas Van Hoogstraten’s Company Faces Court: Thugs Allegedly Deployed in Chelsea Flat Burglary Amidst Roof Extension Controversy

Omani Estates Limited, a company associated with the children of notorious tycoon Nicholas Van Hoogstraten, is under legal scrutiny for its alleged involvement in a burglary at a Chelsea flat.

The incident is connected to an ongoing dispute over a roof extension, raising questions about the tactics employed in the property feud.

Omani Estates Limited Accused of Unlawful Tactics: Thugs and Burglaries Emerge in Luxury Chelsea Flat Dispute Over Roof Extension

As the legal battle intensifies, Omani Estates Limited is accused of resorting to unlawful tactics, including the hiring of armed thugs and orchestrating burglaries.

The controversy centers around a roof extension dispute involving Maria El Massouri’s luxury Chelsea flat, where Omani Estates claims ownership of the contested space.

Roof Extension Dispute Takes Dark Turn: Thugs Allegedly Sent by Omani Estates Limited in Chelsea Luxury Flat Burglary Case

The clash over a roof extension in a luxury Chelsea flat takes a dark turn as Omani Estates Limited, linked to Nicholas Van Hoogstraten’s children, is accused of sending armed thugs in a burglary.

The courtroom drama unfolds as Maria El Massouri seeks damages for trespass and a declaration of adverse possession, while Omani Estates counters with claims of ownership and denies involvement in criminal activities.

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