Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska allegedly buys crazy expensive Bugatti SPORTS CAR after US government disperses billions to Ukraine
07/02/2024 // Ramon Tomey // Views

Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska has reportedly purchased a new luxury sports car – using aid money given from the West and charged to taxpayers.

The Aussie Cossack Simeon Boikov first broke the news on X, writing that Zelenska "just spent €4.5 million ($4.83 million) of [people's] taxpayer money on a brand new Bugatti Tourbillon – one out of 250 – in France." He cited a clip posted by Jacques Bertin, an employee of the Bugatti dealership in Paris where Zelenska reportedly purchased the luxury car.

Bertin began: "As you know … Bugatti Automobiles introduced its new car model, [the] Bugatti Tourbillon. Now that the model is no longer a secret, I can finally share some news with you. I am pleased to announce that the first owner of [the] Bugatti Tourbillon will be the wife of the president of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska."

"Together with the representatives of Bugatti Automobiles, we organized a private presentation of [the] Bugatti Tourbillon for the Ukrainian delegation. It took place on June 7, when they visited France. They were the first people to see the new model, and Zelenska pre-ordered the new Bugatti Tourbillon."

Bertin concluded by stressing that the car manufacturer "wholeheartedly supports Ukraine" and is glad that the Ukrainian first lady "will become a part of the Bugatti family and history."

According to Bertin, the private presentation came almost two weeks before the new hybrid sports car was officially announced on June 20. News outlet Verite Cachee France reported that the private presentation coincided with a visit by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to the country.

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"In early June, the [Zelensky] family arrived with a Ukrainian delegation in France for the commemoration ceremonies of the 80th anniversary of the [D-Day] landing in Normandy," the outlet said. "Apart from official visits, the couple were present in other less public events … [including the] private presentation organized by Bugatti. [Zelenska] was impressed by the new car and placed the order."

Zelensky couple on a luxury buying spree

This was not the first time the Ukrainian first couple became the subject of scrutiny for their luxury buying sprees. Zelensky and his wife made it to the news months ago for their purchase of luxury homes and yachts, often using proxy buyers to avoid any hint of corruption.

Last month, Turkish news portal OdaTV reported that Film Heritage Inc. (FHI) has acquired the Vuni Palace Hotel in Kyrenia, North Cyprus – an area under Turkish control. While the outlet did not disclose how much FHI paid for the alleged acquisition, online records reveal that the asking price for Vuni Palace Hotel was £150 million ($191 million).

According to the Pandora Papers that leaked in 2021, FHI was the name of a corporation owned by Zelenska. Previous reporting also mentioned that the company has assets in Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Belize and Cyprus.

This led the government in Nicosia to launch an investigation on the matter. Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides confirmed that a government probe has started. (Related: Cyprus government investigating allegations Zelensky recently purchased 5-star casino hotel.)

"When the investigation has been completed, we will be able to say more," he said. "But at the moment, I can tell you … I have been informed that no such thing is emerging. We shall see later."

OdaTV ultimately remarked that Zelensky "is raising funds by preaching to the world that Ukraine needs help against the 'Russian occupation.'" But given the news of his wife purchasing the Bugatti sports car, one cannot help but think that Ukraine is raising funds for its leaders' corrupt practices.

Watch this clip about Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky buying Highgrove House, the former home of King Charles III and Queen Camilla, for £20 million ($25.26 million).

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Zelensky buys LUXURY MANSION in Egypt via his mother-in-law using Western aid money.

Cyprus government investigates claims Zelensky-owned company purchased 5-star casino hotel.

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