the Countess Alexander Thick is a British socialite, ex-lover and civil wife of the exiled Russian banker Sergei Pugachev — were evicted from a mansion in London during the pandemic of coronavirus. About it the woman wrote in her Instagram account.

“Life is difficult. This year I lost my travel business, and last week I was informed that we will soon be evicted from the house of the Russian authorities,” — said the Fat. According to socialite, “at the peak of the global pandemic,” she and her children were given 12 days to vacate the premises.

currently, the woman, according to Daily Mail, lives with her three children in a country house of his parents in Oxfordshire. The publication notes that the mansion in London from which evicted Thick, previously owned by the oligarch and the Senator Pugachev, owner of bankrupt Mezhprombank, who escaped from Russia in 2011. Property removed at the request of creditors of Russia.

Earlier in may it became known that a Russian billionaire bought ultra-expensive house in a quarantined London. The buyer pushed for a 600-foot mansion 15,45 million pounds (1.4 billion rubles), doing business in the energy sector. The house he chose, along with his girlfriend and children from a previous marriage.