FORMULA One heiress Tamara Ecclestone and husband Jay Rutland stored £145,000 in money at their mansion, a courtroom heard.
It was taken, together with uncommon gadgets of jewelry, throughout a £25million raids spree on celebrities’ properties, it was stated.
F1 heiress Tamara Ecclestone and husband Jay Rutland stored £145,000 in money at their mansion Credit score: AP:Related Press
The money was stated to have been stolen together with uncommon gadgets of jewelry in the course of the raid, a courtroom heardCredit score: Getty – Contributor
Intercourse employee Maria Mester, 47, posed for Fb snaps carrying a necklace — certainly one of solely 15 made — and earrings owned by Ms Ecclestone and had them on when arrested at Stansted airport, the jury was instructed.
Mr Rutland, of Kensington, West London, recognised them instantly when he noticed the photographs.
He instructed the police: “I can clearly see she is carrying my spouse’s distinctive rose gold/diamond Octopussy drop earrings and in addition a particular necklace that’s equivalent in look to at least one I bought for my spouse, Tamara.
“The necklace has a line of varied colored treasured stones that hold from the primary neck chain. This stuff of jewelry are fairly distinctive in design and I instantly recognised them as items stolen within the housebreaking.”
Homeless Mester and son Emile-Bogdan Savastru, 30, of Bethnal Inexperienced, East London, had been filmed on CCTV earlier than and after the Ecclestone housebreaking with alleged raiders Sorin Marcovici, 53, of Romford, East London and Alexandru Stan, 49, of Harrow, North London.
Intercourse employee Maria Mester, 47, posed for snaps carrying a necklace and earrings owned by Ms Ecclestone and had them on when arrested Credit score: Fb
All deny involvement.
The trial continues at Isleworth crown courtroom.
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