A few days ago it was reported that Jeff Bezoss, the head of Amazon and the richest man in the world, and his wife McCann differed after 25 years of marriage. In the joint edition of Twitter, the couple wrote that after the break comes a "long study of love and separation of trials". A joint statement came only one day before the tabloid "Neschenel Enquier", a newspaper known for its good cooperation with US President Donald Tram, just announced that Amazon's director was "caught trying to cheat his wife and wife from Hollywood mogul."
The site boasted that he had been investigating the Bezosa case for four months with former TV entrepreneur Loren Sanchez and published detailed information about his appointments, trips, expensive dinners and publicly reported the messages his gentlemen had written last April.
Bezosov's lawyer told Neschenel Enkvajer that he had long been separated, but TMZ reported that the case had not started before the spouse's spouse. It was also announced that the billionaire and his wife McCann had no prior agreement.
According to New York, "Neschen Enkeyer" has invested heavily in "breaking down" Bezos, who as the richest man in the world is the logical goal of tabloids. But it is hard to imagine that his high profile position was a factor in President Trump's contribution to tabloids.
Namely, David Peker, the parent company of tabloid American Media Inc. executive director. (AMI) and Tramp, for a long time, have been a pleasant connection. Tabloid supported the tram in 2016, the first presidential support. Peker admitted that he was paying $ 150,000 to former Playboy model Karen McDougal to prevent her story of the Tramp affair that arrived at the pre-election stage, a potential campaign funding violation.
In December, AMI signed an immunity agreement with federal prosecutors, allowing the company to avoid prosecution. Together with Pekers, the agreement included Dley Howard, the main content of AMI, and one of three articles about Bezos.
The story of AMI's dealings with federalists, the Washington Post newspaper, which Bezos owns and is constantly attacking Tramp's policy, wrote from court documents that Peker and tabloid worked in the Tramp presidential campaign. The US media report also points out that Peker, Howard and former Tramp Attorney Michael Cohen worked together to address the negative stories of the US President.
Called to answer the allegations that the story of Bezosa's divorce in Neschen Enkeyer was done to satisfy Trampa, a company representative said:
"Nesherel Enkeyer" has been researching this story for four months constantly, and the incredible data and evidence that our team has discovered and presented to Bezosa representatives has comments on this type of research.
According to CNN, tabloid has done mostly dirty work on Tramp, and Amazon's director can be his new victim. It is known that the American president does not like too many billionaires, which he himself confirmed with his announcements and statements on Twitter, and everything began to preach after Bezosa bought the Washington Post. Then the tram described a billionaire to buy a page to gain political influence over Amazon.
"I want him the best," said the US President, when journalists asked him about a billionaire divorce.
According to American media, wife McKenzie knows the dirty secret of Bezosa and will use it during the divorce negotiations, a billionaire family with whom she no longer has contact.
"It will be bad if she doesn't give her everything she wants," the radar online told the source from the family.
The source added that McKenzie had gone through everything to be where she was and that she knew all his secrets and that Bezos himself knew it.
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