The household of a cabbie turned actual property billionaire is combating an enormous bucks bid from a relative who needs a $102 million chunk of his property.
The son-in-law of Tamir Sapir, who died in 2014 and was as soon as price $2 billion on the top of the actual property increase, has no proper to the hefty payout, Sapir’s son Alex stated in Manhattan Surrogate Courtroom papers.
The son-in-law, Rotem Rosen, is within the midst of divorcing Tamir Sapir’s daughter, Zina, however says he’s owed the money for work he did on the sale of Sapir Group properties, together with its greatest asset: 11 Madison Ave, which went for $2.6 billion in 2015.
As soon as CEO of the Sapir Group, Rosen claims in courtroom paperwork he was minimize out after a “falling out” with Alex Sapir in 2017.
Reps for Tamir Sapir’s grownup kids slammed Rosen’s declare as a “sham” in courtroom papers and stated he’d already been paid for the work he did.
Sapir’s property had sunk to a measly $600 million by the point he died, based on courtroom data. He was as soon as slammed with $150,000 in fines when the feds found a gross assortment of elephant tusks, animal hides and barstools upholstered in python and anaconda skins about his Florida yacht.