Russia's billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev, accused of "bribery" and "trading in influence", does not plan to sell his own football club AS Monaco to Dmitry Chechkin on Saturday.
Dmitry Rybolovlev "intends to continue supporting his development as he has done since the club bought in 2011," said Dmitry Chechkin, Russian agency TASS.
Prince Albert calls "to respect the presumption of innocence". This announcement is the day after the publication of the announcements by Prince Albert II of Monaco, indicating the sale of the club. "Let's go to the end. If that's all happening, I think it will get out of itself," Albert II in an interview published by Friday Mediapart believes in respecting the presumption of innocence unless he decides to end his presidency at Monaco. "
Dmitry Chechkin adds in his statement that Dmitry Rybolovlev "rejects any indications that he may be involved in any inhuman or inappropriate behavior".
Rybolovlev is under judicial control. The ASM boss, who was accused in Monaco of alleged fraud against his former Swiss art dealer Yves Bouvier, returned to Moscow last week after he was given control. that's right.
A total of nine people, including Dmitry Rybolovlev, his lawyer Me Tatiana Bershad and former Minister of Justice Philippe Narmino, his wife and son, former Interior Minister Paul Masseron and the three senior policemen, are involved in this case after hearing and searching, creating an unprecedented shock wave in the Principality.