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UK News Sex worker denies being the ‘matriarch’ of a crime gang in Tamara Ecclestone burglary spree

00:20  28 november  2020
00:20  28 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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The Romanian sex worker is said to have been 'inseparable' from the alleged burglars after flying to London Mester denies conspiracy to commit burglary and concealing criminal property. Savastru was caught in possession of a Tag Heuer watch and Louis Vuitton bag, similar to one taken in the

A sex worker posed for Facebook pictures wearing Ms Ecclestone 's exclusive jewellery less than a month after Savastru was caught in possession of a Tag Heuer watch, 0.005 carat Mester, of no fixed address, denies three counts of conspiracy to commit burglary and concealing criminal property.

A Romanian sex worker accused of being the “matriarch” of a crime gang said to be behind Britain’s largest domestic burglary spree has denied any involvement – telling a court she had only been in London with one of the alleged thieves “to keep him company”.

a group of people on a city street: Tamara Ecclestone’s home in Kensington was broken into  last year (Photo: Leon Neal/Getty) © Provided by The i Tamara Ecclestone’s home in Kensington was broken into last year (Photo: Leon Neal/Getty)

Denying involvement, Maria Mester, 47, said she had been paid more than £5,000 by a man accused of being a member of the gang to accompany him to London for a week in December last year at the same time as a string of burglaries were carried out on celebrity homes in west London.

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image captionRaiders targeted Tamara Ecclestone 's house next to Hyde Park in December. A mother and son have been charged over a burglary at The burglary on 13 December occurred just after Ms Ecclestone , the daughter of ex-Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone , left the country with her husband

Jewellery believed to be worth £50m was stolen from the daughter of ex-Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone 's home near Hyde Park in December. The burglary happened as Ms Ecclestone left the country for her Christmas holiday with her husband Jay Rutland and their daughter.

The alleged conspiracy to commit multiple break-ins reached its zenith when jewellery, cash and belongings worth £25m were taken from the Kensington home of socialite Tamara Ecclestone, daughter of former Formula One mogul, Bernie Ecclestone.

Tamara Ecclestone smiling for the camera: British model and socialite Tamara Ecclestone (Photo: NIKLAS HALLE’N/AFP/Getty) © Provided by The i British model and socialite Tamara Ecclestone (Photo: NIKLAS HALLE’N/AFP/Getty)

Prosecutors allege that Ms Mester, who left Britain immediately after the Ecclestone raid and was arrested in January wearing earrings identical to a pair taken in the burglary, was the lynch pin of a  “supporting cast” who accompanied the break-in gang in London.

But the escort broke down in court as she insisted that she had had no knowledge of the break-ins and had simply taken up the offer of a client to accompany him for a week in London.

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Crime . Boris Johnson. Romanian cleaner, 47, who 'helped heist gang steal £50m jewellery from Tamara Ecclestone 's £70m London home was ‘caught wearing 18ct diamond earrings worth £300,000'. Emil was in possession of a Louis Vuitton bag similar to one taken in the raid.

‘He was civilised… with good manners’

She told the Isleworth Crown Court that the man, who is accused of being one of burglars and cannot be named for legal reasons, had offered her up to £5,300 for her services during the week.

Speaking through an interpreter, Ms Mester said: “[The client] said he is here on busines, and if I would come with him and keep him company for one week he would pay me. He wasn’t an alcoholic, he wasn’t a drug addict, he wasn’t violent – he was civilised, educated and with good manners. From my point of view he was very generous.”

The sex worker, who said she had moved to Milan after the fall of Communism in her native Romania and worked in locations including the United Arab Emirates, told the court that the trip to London had meant she could also “kill two birds with one stone” by seeing her son, Bogdan Savastru.

Burglary team

Mr Savastru, 30, from Bethnal Green, east London, is also accused of helping the burglary team along with his mother and two other men. They all deny conspiracy to commit burglary, among other charges.

Ms Mester is accused of assisting with the break-ins at Ms Ecclestone’s family home and a prior raid on the property of the late Leicester City FC chairman and Thai magnate Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. It is alleged that she met up in London with the four alleged burglars, whose targets are claimed to have included a raid on the home of Chelsea manager Frank Lampard.

Asked if she had discussed the break-ins with the men, she said: “No, about all these burglaries, I found out from the lawyers and here in court.”

‘Thank you for listening to me’

At the start of the hearing, she tearfully addressed the judge, saying: “I thank you, My Lord, after 11 months for listening to me.”

The trial continues.

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