Shakira’s company, Carpe Diem, is seeking 0,000 back that was invested in a real estate development on the 700-acre Bonds Cay, a Bahamian cay in the Berry Islands, that was requested by the defendant in December 2005.
The pop star is also seeking damages for the alleged 3,910 used on her credit cards between New Year’s Day 2011 and September 30, 2011.
It's unclear whether or not this is the same man reportedly linked to Frankel in recent reports, but the sourced added that "the trip was romantic."The 45-year-old spoke out about the numerous dating rumors surrounding her love life late last year, telling E!
News, "I'm not confirming or denying anything because I decided that I'm not doing that. I will tell you that I am not in a serious relationship at all right now.
He/She has managed to get money from at least 3 people from the UK without giving back a penny.
One thing I want to tell you is that if this person contacts you, report this person to the police immediately.
Mr Wilson told The Tribune yesterday that this application to strike out the suit “for want of jurisdiction” is still open before the Supreme Court and that he “has a significant counter-claim to the lawsuit.” “We are currently consulting with our client as to whether or not we will be joining the proceedings here or taking it elsewhere,” he said.
While a counter-claim has not been filed as yet, Mr Wilson claims “Ms Shakira does not have a meritory claim against my client” and that the counter claim “will be great” if a decision is made to proceed in the Bahamas.
This person is believed to be a black Male in his 30’s of African decent and targeting people in the UK posing as Martha, Miranda, Mira with the surnames Cameron, Stinson (possible more) constantly changing location and trying to avoid being captured. I was tricked into giving this person money, and the account was closed and the old skype account is closed.
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“This is a litigation that Ms Shakira cannot win.” The Tribune attempted to reach Simone Fitzcharles of Lennox Paton Attorneys who represents Shakira.
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