Chelsea Owner Roman Abramovich Might Have Home Destroyed by Hurricane Irma


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Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has luxury properties all over the world, in many different countries. The list includes a home on the island of St. Barthelemy, which was completely destroyed by Hurricane Irma. The strongest and largest storm in the history of the Atlantic Ocean has been wreaking havoc in the Caribbean Sea all week long, and things are going to get much worse before they get better.

Irma has ravaged the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Cuba and now the Florida Keys. The track of Hurricane Irma has it coming for the Florida Gulf Coast next, and then heading over land, further into the United States through Georgia and Tennessee. The path of Irma, and what can be done to spare lives from its unparalleled wrath prioritizes all other news right now.

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A lot of people, especially in Florida, will lose everything they own. Obviously, Abramovich is not one of them, and he’ll still be alright to say the least.

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.

The Telegraph writes that the billionaire Russian oligarch: “has property in Saint Barthelemy which has likely been destroyed in the hurricane. His mansion is on the island, which was hit so severely by the storm that trees were ripped from the ground by their roots and houses were turned to rubble.”

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Meanwhile the Daily Express did a report on celebrities who have seen homes destroyed by Hurricane Irma. The publication says that the category 5 storm:

“destroyed everything in its path with multimillion pound properties belonging to Donald Trump and Richard Branson reportedly hit and luxury homes owned by Bruce Willis, Roman Abramovich and Keith Richards all in the killer storm’s way.”

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

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