Chelsea Owner Roman Abramovich Had Affair with Columnist Anna Subbotina

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Anna Subbotina, a well known Russian columnist, had a secret affair with Chelsea FC Owner and Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich. Forbes magazine estimates Abramovich, a very close confidant of Russian President Vladimir Putin, and bosom buddy to Jared Kushner, son-in-law of United States President Donald Trump, to be the world’s 139th wealthiest man; with a net worth of 7 billion.

It was announced just last week that he and his wife, socialite Darya Zhukova, are separating. It’s also been widely reported that the divorce settlement Zhukova seeks might actually end up being the most expensive in history once it’s finalized.

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Anna Subbotina claims, in a brand new tell-all memoir, entitled Anna’s Tales that Abramovich seduced her on his yacht. The sexual encounter occurred, according to her new book, while the oligarch was in between his second and third wives.

The Sun published this story, including a very juicy except about Anna Subbotina and Roman Abramovich:

Asked about their fling, the divorced mother of one told an interviewer: “He is a very sentimental person. I was told a story about one girl sharing her personal tragedy with him. He bought her a flat after hearing it.

“A year before meeting Roman I went through a very tough divorce. I went through a nervous breakdown and spent a year in hospitals.

“Abramovich was touched by it. Also I fell in love with him which he definitely felt.”

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FBI Special Investigator Robert Mueller has called a grand jury into Trump’s ties with Russia, looking to see if there was collusion and collaboration. The investigation could uncover developments that could be classified as treasonous by some. Given Abramovich’s ties to Kusher and his family, it will be interesting to see whether or not the Chelsea Owner gets dragged into the mud, even if it’s in a minor role.

Paul M. Banks runs The Sports Bank.net and TheBank.News, which is partnered with News Now and Minute Media. Banks, a former writer for the Washington Times, NBC Chicago.com and Chicago Tribune.com, currently contributes regularly to WGN CLTV and Chicago Now.

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