Naomi Campbell’s ex-boyfriend files lawsuit claiming she owes him $3M
Vladislav Doronin says he loaned Campbell money throughout their relationship that she won't pay back.
Supermodel, activist and influencer Naomi Campbell is being sued for over $3 million by her billionaire ex-boyfriend Vladislav Doronin.
The couple began dating in 2008; they split in 2013, and they’ve been separated for seven years. Doronin claims she has his personal property valued at over $3 million, TMZ reported.
According to TMZ, the Russian real estate tycoon says he loaned Campbell money throughout their relationship that now she is refusing to pay back. She could be required to appear in court following Doronin’s lawsuit.
Doronin is an international real estate expert and founder of Capital Group, a Moscow-based real estate development company. He is also the CEO of Aman Resorts, a luxury hotel group spanning 20 countries, as well as the CEO of OKO Group, another real estate firm.
Campbell, 50, has been modeling for over 35 years. She recently received positive attention for being ahead of the curve in coronavirus precautions, posting herself catching a flight in a full hazmat suit and face shield in March.
Through her extensive career, Campbell has gained a diverse community of industry friends and accumulated a net worth of about $80 million. Doronin’s fortune is at about $1 billion.
The actress and model appeared in court for several assault charges between 1998 and 2015.
Since splitting from Doronin, Campbell has been romantically connected to Adam Clayton, U2 bassist, and Flavio Briatore, an Italian businessman. Her last relationship was reportedly Liam Payne in 2019.
Campbell currently hosts a YouTube-based Livestream interview show titled “No Filter With Naomi.” Throughout the series, Campbell has interviewed Chris Rock, Cindy Crawford, Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs and more.
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