Maha Shagroon claims Adnan Sharbatly has breached their divorce settlement by failing to maintain her two luxury homes, cutting her number of servants and refusing to pay her head chefs salary
When a couple divorce, a row over who gets the family home, pets or even the record collection is to be expected.
But for Maha Shagroon and her billionaire ex-husband Adnan Sharbatly, the stakes are a little higher.
She claims he has breached their divorce settlement by failing to maintain her two luxury homes, cutting her number of servants and refusing to pay her head chef’s salary.
Now she is demanding her Saudi Arabian ex increases her maintenance payments, improves their £5million London mansion and replaces her fleet of cars every three years.
Mr Sharbatly, 66, married Mrs Shagroon, 47, at London’s Intercontinental Hotel in 1994 in an Islamic ceremony presided over by an imam.
They were together for seven years and had three children but the relationship broke down in 2001, leading to acrimonious divorce proceedings.
Their differences appeared to have been resolved by a ‘compromise’ hammered out in 2002, which made financial provision for Mrs Shagroon.
It also guaranteed her home in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, would be well maintained, allowed her the run of the couple’s Regent’s Park mansion in the summer and agreed some of her staff costs would be paid.
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