but if you see the the fish out it's very clear it's all across the lawn by the knee deep in the community of us weekly. according to inside information these works are worth several million dollars. an art gallery with a view of the louvre quite a showcase. at it. but yves bouvier's good fortune is today soured by a series of lawsuits. in may two thousand and fifteen an article about him appeared in luke entitled. the billionaire and the cursed because. it was a look into some of the darker practices of the art market. the allegations made by low point were such that the magazine was found guilty of infringement of privacy. the hard hitting article tells of a violent clash between movie and one of the richest men on the planet
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now i'm an extremely more higher education the new global economic war. the story goes back to two thousand and three when eve bouvier met the russian billionaire a close friend of prince albert. is the owner of the soccer club a s monaco. movie and rebuild of love hit it off immediately. they are at a costume party on the billionaire's private greek island. for ten years eve movie help his friend put together an exceptional collection of paintings and sculptures as compiled in this catalogue. he acquired works by woody jani. go gun. down. and even leonardo da vinci. plus some picasso's.
in all thirty eight works for the mind boggling sum of just over one billion eight hundred million dollars. but their friendship would come to a brutal end during a meeting in monaco in february two thousand and fifteen eve bouvier's attorney david b. don't explains. the amount of them in the us a lot to say not all dear. but we are where you are when that corkey quite yet. i think so can y'all do you know the people name assured me three people of live in that unit so. i don't know if ok said yes. you know you haven't seen your that quite yet put. it in the show a bit of less useful corker. when they get there. after. the weekend. the russian billionaire had filed charges against he.
used him of making exorbitant profits of a billion dollars at his own personal loss. claimed to have paid double what his collection was worth. take for example this painting number six by mark rothko. we managed to get a hold of the documents of the transaction. eve bouvier bought it from wealthy landowners in the border region for eighty three million five hundred thousand dollars. a few weeks later as this invoice shows the painting was sold to an offshore company accent delight which belongs to the russian billionaire. acquired for eighty three point five million dollars the rothko was sold for one hundred forty million. profit on the deal almost seventy million dollars. with this picasso flute player with a naked woman the profit was even more staggering. purchased on october seventh two
thousand and ten for three and a half million it was sold on to dimitri the very next day for twenty five million a profit of twenty one million in twenty four hours. eve movies profits were colossal. but his attorney sweeps the accusations aside he believes there was nothing illegal in his client's profits and that the russian billionaire should have been shrewder. pushed out. of each list of his to give may all their so-called all call point throw a part of the world over this is for you dude you're anywhere you want i mean you at your level of. it is of course. to stop got a lot there. and if you stick with it if it's the top boss because of equal street reform do post said at all he she small do you view his reach.
we tried to contact the russian billionaire dimitri ruble of love. preferred not to comment. eve bouvier was indicted in monaco in february two thousand and fifteen for fraud and complicity in money laundering the investigation is still ongoing. but in the collection there were two other paintings that would cause trouble. in september two thousand and fifteen the billionaire posed with these two gotchas which like the rest of his collection he bought from eve bouvier the russian is beaming with joy. he thought he had done good business with these two portraits of checking because his last wife spanish woman with a fan and woman arranging her hair. but an unexpected figure came along to spoil the party. catherine. one of the causes heiresses
jacqueline's daughter. she found a complaint for theft and suspected each movie of being involved in the fencing of the two paintings sold to rebuild of live along with fifty eight drawings. a judge in paris issued an international warrant for bouvier's arrest. the art dealer was suddenly being sought by police forces all over the world. here's gasolene with pablo picasso and her mother. back then they lived in the south of france on the hill of an old farmhouse called. because so lived and painted there for twenty years or so. in the fourteenth district of paris we're going to meet peter dupont.
this former journalist was jacqueline picasso's confidant she wrote about their relationship in a book and she witnessed the scale of the artist body of work. in . yemen so worship was it like his charge at clean sheet image that this seemed. to be identified and he yelled all deserve to back it then we'll have it. on the artist's death in one thousand nine hundred seventy three then on jackson's death thirteen years later almost two thousand paintings seven thousand drawings and one thousand two hundred sculptures were officially recorded. in order to pay the inheritance duties part of the work was given to the state something known as payment in the you. know this you don't let this die so inject into guesses that he
getting it done all the room all in. the city while. denise cos the co it's a little bit of a commander. can't tended to. but could listen then can't count on that it doesn't count thank you stone did i say honey i am particularly unusual to watch the co they don't use of these old clothes sit up over it millimeter. off and sell butt out. just. because those body of work was enormous. some of his works went unrecorded after the painter died they were probably hidden away during the inventory for the inheritance. but that is what this report suggests by the director of the picasso administration who represents the family's interests. it is likely that certain words escape the
inventory as they have been hidden by. this is the ought to be the case for the two disputed paintings. accused of being involved in the theft of the two portraits. defends himself and declares that he did indeed pay catherine you done earlier is apparently asked him to pay money not directly to the bokassa heiress but to a trust fund and offer a company based in a tax haven. because to understand shine the community have to benefit the. community. there's often is if there's a fear of it all. and the disc in support. of yes it does on the promises or asian chance or the cost. to prove his claims
he shows us this document which is apparently the receipt for payment for the two portraits. m.-e. i invest bouvier's company paid eight million dollars to nobody oh trust based at the central bank investor who's capital of lichtenstein. the name of catherine doesn't appear. investigators discovered that no below trust belonged to a certain katherine blake living at rouge black in paris. the address was no longer her residential address but blay was none other than the married name of katherine you've done. behind the offshore company it was indeed the because so harrison who received the payment from eve. and in front of our camera the art dealer went even further. someone does sophisticated to.
set the idea. in society. they call over to make the on demand for the sick leave with no one to add to me tonight as i suppose they keep on of with have i just though as you don't as i can we don't miss it says off of almost without which then she also reset it off we don't need to talk business up on anything just a play called we need to sit in the bus and he was f.s.s. is there blah said you know system of mongolian easy play fed did such a terrible dipping following the supposed to go to left of his gun. eve movie had to pay several million dollars in bail to have his international arrest warrant lifted. and still facing an indictment for fencing stolen goods the arguers made new accusations regarding the picasso heiresses financial scams. when you know what all the. moderna. were said
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in the news shaped the week may day rioting in paris was described as the worst in a half a century with more than two hundred arrests. in the middle class is now starting to. look i think you'll see the chief justice coming up to us the policeman begins and that's because just behind us there was something going on. elsewhere the supposed evidence incriminating russia in the script help poisoning a seriously weakened after several key claims were a few to. cut down on the. players along the border between gaza and israel again with i.d.f. troops again using extreme force to the. test as i didn't during over
a thousand people in the process. officially starting his fourth term as president we look at what we expect from monday's inauguration ceremony coming up. there good morning kevin when you're out international this morning just hearing must. another city monday morning i'm here with the weekly a round of the big stories of the last seven days as we do on a sunday starting with this paris was shaken on choose day by what's been described as the city's worst may day riots in fifty years the violence began after masked anticapitalist protesters hijacked a peaceful rally against the french government's labor reforms the so-called black bloc activists then torched cars vandalized shop fronts and clashed with police our correspondent sheila dubin ski was in the thick of it. we.
are in the middle of cashews now starting when the police don't want to have been looking over you'll see the tear gas is coming up to us the police move again and not because just behind us there is a fire going on the demonstrators have put forward to a vehicle and emerge a bike and as you can see i don't smoke because it. well as you might have gathered we've just been in the middle of what was quite a large clash between the police and the protesters just look behind me this is one of the trucks with the water cannons and you can see the gendarme now coming down and you can see some of the water in the form that's been on the ground to try and push these protesters back take a look behind me and they're actually trying to barricade themselves up now that's
off to they set fire to what looked like a jedi c.p.b. fact it's still own fire over there in the distance the process is did is if you just turn around a little bit more what account we have a look this you may see this like pulling me over dog smoke coming up here on the protesters what they did is they let foot she what seemed to be some sort of motorbike and the car i just want to give you a sense of what sort of damage has been created from those are conscious and not just conscious but the damage that was coolest by the protest is the police had warned early on tuesday morning ahead of these may day protests that they thought they were going to be hijacked by anticapitalist by anti fascists and they were indeed that they came out in their hundreds ready with a gear they safety gear to be able to protect themselves from the tear gas the masks protesters would. damaging in smashing items up across this part of paris
and the police had let them be just come over here and you'll be able to see the boards here of the fast food restaurants that have been put up that was completely and utterly destroyed the restaurants further behind on the street were also destroyed and basically the police did very little in fact nothing for a long time when this destruction was happening it was only further on into the demonstration when the violence took place a little bit further on that the actually did something they've said the reason that they didn't react as quickly as some people say they should have is because they were trying to avoid collateral damage in a further zero pouring of anger at the government and its pro-business economic policies then forty thousand people hit the streets of the french capital on saturday to the event was organized to coincide with the first anniversary of president emmanuel micron's election when protesters could be seen holding banners bearing slogans like stop mccrone and down with the president of the rich around
two thousand police officers were deployed there that demonstration to avoid any potential repeat of what i'm gone labor day that we can show you. the day though the march the past of peacefully. this is a revelation the week real turn books the acclaimed american rapper kanye west might be considered by many to be a modern day creative genius you're no argument there but it is controversial twitter. it seems a renowned strategic intelligence analyst has been poring over his tire line and concluded that kanye west is a russian spy secretly working for vladimir putin no less it's mainly because west revealed his warm support for donald trump online more ago looks at never growing army of kremlin agents remember when being portrayed as a russian spy was funny. a bit of a joke. over. what he had done in the dark when.
just threw it out while lynx russian spy assaulted. by a catcher. who isn't funny now could be anyone in the oval office in the pentagon madison square garden. can years recent coordination with trump along with his use of inflammatory rhetoric and symbols confederate flag reek of products here just join up the dog's hind year indorse trump publicly their friends. i'm not saying can you west is involved at all in the trump russia scandal but i am saying he has russian ties and was there right after the twenty sixteen elections scott walk in or perhaps work in a contributor for the us news channel m.s.n.
b c and also founder of russia gate agrees there are just too many dogs not to connect them kanya west went to russia he went to russia he literally flew to moscow and walked around the jew see what he got up to i sure didn't get to be doing anything it's now so or vs why didn't we see it before we see it now and there are more of them clint eastwood openly backed trump and the russian connection is blatant clint eastwood speaks russian. pretends. oh and robert de niro he hates trump or so he says but look at the fact he cool owns a chain of all true a luxurious restaurants in moscow and he's opening
a new one soon you know who goes to his restaurants oligarchs we're not blind anymore and there could be russian spies in my audience and i wouldn't know everyone is a suspect. are you a russian spy now. russian spies. ellen the generous knows what's up we need lists so i've put together a quick one to start things off this is a list of american stars who've recently been to russia they held hands and did business it's time to wake up russian agents everywhere the president the republicans hollywood your neighbor your friends maybe probably even you he were some suspect links in turkey's hierarchy to his the foreign minister is
showing some impressive russian skills. then we watch and read the best ratchet. is the receiver. to see here. or to incur sera risk. fortune fortune for person but for the serious news of the week more stories over eleven hundred people reportedly injured in gaza on friday as israeli soldiers used tear gas and live ammunition against anti occupation demonstrators the rally was the latest in the gazans six week old great march of return campaign it was dozens of protesters have been killed so far. that. fight by.
actually crossing israeli territory. there has been. crossing the border without authorization using. force is. sponsored by france and that's not what's happening israel's responded to the cry from the un and human rights groups government lawyers say the gaza protests fall into the state of war cards agree and therefore human rights laws don't apply to the i.d.f. rules of engagement or reserve colonel with the defense forces told is pretty much the same too that in his view the israeli military's actions are justified any soaring nation america friends of course is.