Safa Abdulla Al Geabury, whose £2 million dud check bounced whenever Ritz staff attempted to cash it the day after his gambling spree.
The Ritz Club, London’s famously high-end, high-roller casino, is suing A swiss property tycoon over a £2 million ($3.1 million) bounced check.
In line with the Ritz’s filing, Safa Abdulla Al Geabury wrote away the check to invest in a gambling session one evening in February a year ago, but it turned out to be a dud if the casino tried to bank it the morning that is following.
The Ritz can also be seeking an additional £200,000 ($310,000) in accumulated interest on your debt.
It’s been stated that the casino, which will be owned by reclusive billionaire twins that are identical Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay, has been plunged into the red by a series of unpaid gambling debts, forcing it to pursue its debtors aggressively in the courts.
According to the London Evening Standard, the casino has litigated against 10 high rollers in the year that is last in an effort to recoup 2013 losings of £12.5 million ($19.4 million).
Al Geabury’s defense is that he is a gambling addict and his staff needs known this and stopped him from playing.
He wants the debts written off, but he’s on shaky ground with this line; in 2014 the casino won a comparable tall Court battle against Noora Al-Daher, the spouse for the Omani foreign mini Continue reading