'Vijay Mallya can't avoid the law': Herts villagers on 'fugitive' billionaire neighbour
Guardian (UK) - 10 months
Residents of sleepy English village of Tewin give verdict on Kingfisher Airlines tycoon, wanted in India to face allegations of fraud Vijay Mallya, the multimillionaire co-owner of the Force India Formula One team and self-proclaimed “King of the Good Times”, does not appear to be preparing for his possible extradition to India to face a fraud trial on allegations over £1bn of unpaid debts. Landscape gardeners were this week laying a truckload of fresh turf in the grounds of his £11.5m mansion in the sleepy Hertfordshire village of Tewin, nearly Welwyn, 20 miles north of London. After the installation of three fountains in one of two garden pools and a four-car garage to house a fraction of his collection of 260 classic cars, the lawn should be the last step in the two-year makeover of his Ladywalk estate on Queen Hoo Lane. Continue reading...
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