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Probe may touch Barbados

Tony Best

Probe may touch Barbados

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Investigation by London police into the death of one of Britain’s richest women, Eva Liz Rausing, and the arrest of her husband Hans Kristian Rausin is likely to stretch to Barbados.
That may happen because the multi-billionaire couple who own one of the grandest homes in London’s upscale Belgravia district, reportedly valued at more than US$100 million and has the second biggest gardens after Buckingham Palace, also owns a sprawling 11-room mansion in Barbados where they spent months at a time, relaxing on the beach, enjoying the sun and living the good life.
Eva Rausing, an American-born beauty and philanthropist, was found dead at her luxury home several days ago and while the London Metropolitan Police remain tight-lipped about the cause of death, her husband, the heir of the Swedish tetra pak fortune, was arrested on suspicion of involvement in the possession of cocaine and then questioned him about his wife’s death.
He is now in a private medical facility receiving treatment.