A Belgian businessman identified as Marc De Mesel has given his 21-year-old black student lover N374m because she is beautiful.
The controversial Belgian man who has been grabbing headlines since 2021 for giving three Kenyan women millions of money is now defending himself against money-laundering allegations.
Marc De Mesel noted in Felesta Nyamathira’s case, that her beauty and lovely waist drove him into gifting her the money.
Mesel and Nyamathira also welcomed a baby in February this year and they want the government to unfreeze their bank accounts.
Marc de Mesel explained, in court documents that especially for the 21-year-old college student Felesta Nyamathira, he gave the KSh 106 million (N374 million) as a gift because he was enamoured by her beauty.
According to a report by the People Daily, the billionaire businessman listed Felesta’s striking beauty, wasp waist and her unconditional love for him as part of the reasons he deposited the hefty amount of cash into her bank accounts.
“That striking beauty in her, as well as her wasp-waist, drove me into giving her that amount of money.
Out of my sheer love for her; I am even ready to do anything that can please and make her live comfortably,” Messel said in papers he filed in court.
In the papers, the wealthy Oyinbo man denied allegations that he was involved in an international money-laundering racket further stating his wealth was clean.
Marc De Mesel’s lovers It is also emerging that the three women who received the millions knew each other and lived in proximity to each other.
Interestingly, Sarah Wambui Kamanda, Tebby Wambuku Kago and Nyamathira who is Messel’s favourite all had children with the Mzungu man.
They had each introduced the foreigner to their relatives as “my husband”.
In an affidavit, Nyamathira protested the freezing of her account by the government saying it was against her child’s right.
She and her lover welcomed a baby in February this year.
“That the said Marc de Messel, who is my boyfriend, is a reputable and internationally-known investor.
Famous for his early publicly-announced investments in Bitcoin in 2013 and Tesla in 2019,” she said
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