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袘械褌芯薪薪褘泄 蟹邪斜芯褉 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪褘泄 泻褍锌懈褌褜

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袩褉械懈屑褍褖械褋褌胁邪 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪芯谐芯 斜械褌芯薪薪芯谐芯 蟹邪斜芯褉邪

袛芯谢谐芯胁械褔薪芯褋褌褜 懈 锌褉芯褔薪芯褋褌褜

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袙褘褋芯泻邪褟 褋褌械锌械薪褜 蟹邪褖懈褌褘

袘械褌芯薪薪褘械 蟹邪斜芯褉褘 芯斜谢邪写邪褞褌 胁褘褋芯泻芯泄 锌褉芯褔薪芯褋褌褜褞, 褔褌芯 写械谢邪械褌 懈褏 芯褌谢懈褔薪褘屑 褋褉械写褋褌胁芯屑 蟹邪褖懈褌褘 褌械褉褉懈褌芯褉懈懈. 袨薪懈 褋芯蟹写邪褞褌 褎懈蟹懈褔械褋泻懈泄 斜邪褉褜械褉, 泻芯褌芯褉褘泄 褋谢芯卸薪芯 锌褉械芯写芯谢械褌褜, 芯斜械褋锌械褔懈胁邪褟 褌械屑 褋邪屑褘屑 斜械蟹芯锌邪褋薪芯褋褌褜 胁邪褕械谐芯 褍褔邪褋褌泻邪.

协褋褌械褌懈褔薪褘泄 胁薪械褕薪懈泄 胁懈写

小芯胁褉械屑械薪薪褘械 褌械褏薪芯谢芯谐懈懈 锌芯蟹胁芯谢褟褞褌 锌褉芯懈蟹胁芯写懈褌褜 斜械褌芯薪薪褘械 蟹邪斜芯褉褘 褉邪蟹谢懈褔薪褘褏 写懈蟹邪泄薪芯胁 懈 褉邪褋褑胁械褌芯泻. 袙褘 屑芯卸械褌械 胁褘斜褉邪褌褜 蟹邪斜芯褉, 泻芯褌芯褉褘泄 斜褍写械褌 谐邪褉屑芯薪懈褔薪芯 胁锌懈褋褘胁邪褌褜褋褟 胁 芯斜褖懈泄 褋褌懈谢褜 胁邪褕械谐芯 褍褔邪褋褌泻邪 懈 写芯锌芯谢薪褟褌褜 械谐芯 胁薪械褕薪懈泄 胁懈写.

袩褉芯褋褌芯褌邪 褍褋褌邪薪芯胁泻懈

小械泻褑懈芯薪薪褘械 斜械褌芯薪薪褘械 蟹邪斜芯褉褘 褋芯褋褌芯褟褌 懈蟹 芯褌写械谢褜薪褘褏 锌邪薪械谢械泄, 泻芯褌芯褉褘械 谢械谐泻芯 屑芯薪褌懈褉褍褞褌褋褟. 协褌芯 锌芯蟹胁芯谢褟械褌 褋褍褖械褋褌胁械薪薪芯 褋芯泻褉邪褌懈褌褜 胁褉械屑褟 懈 蟹邪褌褉邪褌褘 薪邪 褍褋褌邪薪芯胁泻褍 锌芯 褋褉邪胁薪械薪懈褞 褋 屑芯薪芯谢懈褌薪褘屑懈 泻芯薪褋褌褉褍泻褑懈褟屑懈.

袘械褌芯薪薪褘泄 蟹邪斜芯褉 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪褘泄 泻褍锌懈褌褜

袣邪泻 胁褘斜褉邪褌褜 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪褘泄 斜械褌芯薪薪褘泄 蟹邪斜芯褉

袨锌褉械写械谢懈褌械 褑械谢褜 懈褋锌芯谢褜蟹芯胁邪薪懈褟

袩褉械卸写械 褔械屑 锌褉懈褋褌褍锌懈褌褜 泻 胁褘斜芯褉褍 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪芯谐芯 斜械褌芯薪薪芯谐芯 蟹邪斜芯褉邪, 芯锌褉械写械谢懈褌械, 泻邪泻懈械 蟹邪写邪褔懈 芯薪 写芯谢卸械薪 褉械褕邪褌褜. 袝褋谢懈 芯褋薪芯胁薪邪褟 褑械谢褜 鈥 蟹邪褖懈褌邪 褌械褉褉懈褌芯褉懈懈, 芯斜褉邪褌懈褌械 胁薪懈屑邪薪懈械 薪邪 斜芯谢械械 胁褘褋芯泻懈械 懈 锌褉芯褔薪褘械 屑芯写械谢懈. 袝褋谢懈 卸械 胁邪卸械薪 胁薪械褕薪懈泄 胁懈写, 褉邪褋褋屑芯褌褉懈褌械 胁邪褉懈邪薪褌褘 褋 写械泻芯褉邪褌懈胁薪褘屑懈 褝谢械屑械薪褌邪屑懈.

袘械褌芯薪薪褘泄 蟹邪斜芯褉 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪褘泄 泻褍锌懈褌褜

校褔褌懈褌械 芯褋芯斜械薪薪芯褋褌懈 褍褔邪褋褌泻邪

袠蟹褍褔懈褌械 褉械谢褜械褎 懈 芯褋芯斜械薪薪芯褋褌懈 胁邪褕械谐芯 褍褔邪褋褌泻邪. 袝褋谢懈 褌械褉褉懈褌芯褉懈褟 懈屑械械褌 蟹薪邪褔懈褌械谢褜薪褘械 锌械褉械锌邪写褘 胁褘褋芯褌, 胁邪屑 屑芯卸械褌 锌芯薪邪写芯斜懈褌褜褋褟 蟹邪斜芯褉 褋 褉械谐褍谢懈褉褍械屑褘屑懈 锌芯 胁褘褋芯褌械 褋械泻褑懈褟屑懈. 孝邪泻卸械 芯斜褉邪褌懈褌械 胁薪懈屑邪薪懈械 薪邪 谐褉褍薪褌 鈥 芯褌 械谐芯 褌懈锌邪 蟹邪胁懈褋懈褌, 泻邪泻懈械 芯锌芯褉薪褘械 褋褌芯谢斜褘 胁邪屑 锌芯薪邪写芯斜褟褌褋褟.

袩芯写斜械褉懈褌械 写懈蟹邪泄薪

袙褘斜懈褉邪泄褌械 写懈蟹邪泄薪, 泻芯褌芯褉褘泄 褋芯芯褌胁械褌褋褌胁褍械褌 胁邪褕懈屑 褝褋褌械褌懈褔械褋泻懈屑 锌褉械写锌芯褔褌械薪懈褟屑 懈 褋褌懈谢褞 褍褔邪褋褌泻邪. 袧邪 褉褘薪泻械 锌褉械写褋褌邪胁谢械薪褘 褉邪蟹谢懈褔薪褘械 胁邪褉懈邪薪褌褘 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪褘褏 斜械褌芯薪薪褘褏 蟹邪斜芯褉芯胁: 芯褌 泻谢邪褋褋懈褔械褋泻懈褏 屑芯写械谢械泄 写芯 褋芯胁褉械屑械薪薪褘褏 褉械褕械薪懈泄 褋 褝谢械屑械薪褌邪屑懈 写械泻芯褉邪.

袚写械 泻褍锌懈褌褜 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪褘泄 斜械褌芯薪薪褘泄 蟹邪斜芯褉

小褌褉芯懈褌械谢褜薪褘械 屑邪谐邪蟹懈薪褘 懈 谐懈锌械褉屑邪褉泻械褌褘

袦薪芯谐懈械 褋褌褉芯懈褌械谢褜薪褘械 屑邪谐邪蟹懈薪褘 懈 谐懈锌械褉屑邪褉泻械褌褘 锌褉械写谢邪谐邪褞褌 褕懈褉芯泻懈泄 邪褋褋芯褉褌懈屑械薪褌 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪褘褏 斜械褌芯薪薪褘褏 蟹邪斜芯褉芯胁. 袟写械褋褜 胁褘 屑芯卸械褌械 芯蟹薪邪泻芯屑懈褌褜褋褟 褋 褉邪蟹谢懈褔薪褘屑懈 屑芯写械谢褟屑懈, 锌芯谢褍褔懈褌褜 泻芯薪褋褍谢褜褌邪褑懈褞 褋锌械褑懈邪谢懈褋褌芯胁 懈 褋褉邪蟹褍 锌褉懈芯斜褉械褋褌懈 锌芯薪褉邪胁懈胁褕懈泄褋褟 胁邪褉懈邪薪褌.

袠薪褌械褉薪械褌-屑邪谐邪蟹懈薪褘

袩芯泻褍锌泻邪 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪芯谐芯 斜械褌芯薪薪芯谐芯 蟹邪斜芯褉邪 褔械褉械蟹 懈薪褌械褉薪械褌-屑邪谐邪蟹懈薪褘 褌邪泻卸械 褟胁谢褟械褌褋褟 褍写芯斜薪褘屑 胁邪褉懈邪薪褌芯屑. 袙褘 屑芯卸械褌械 胁褘斜褉邪褌褜 懈 蟹邪泻邪蟹邪褌褜 蟹邪斜芯褉, 薪械 胁褘褏芯写褟 懈蟹 写芯屑邪. 袨斜褉邪褌懈褌械 胁薪懈屑邪薪懈械 薪邪 褉械锌褍褌邪褑懈褞 锌褉芯写邪胁褑邪 懈 薪邪谢懈褔懈械 芯褌蟹褘胁芯胁 芯褌 写褉褍谐懈褏 锌芯泻褍锌邪褌械谢械泄.

袩褉芯懈蟹胁芯写懈褌械谢懈 懈 写懈谢械褉褘

袨斜褉邪褌懈褌械褋褜 薪邪锌褉褟屑褍褞 泻 锌褉芯懈蟹胁芯写懈褌械谢褟屑 懈谢懈 芯褎懈褑懈邪谢褜薪褘屑 写懈谢械褉邪屑 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪褘褏 斜械褌芯薪薪褘褏 蟹邪斜芯褉芯胁. 协褌芯 锌芯蟹胁芯谢懈褌 胁邪屑 锌芯谢褍褔懈褌褜 锌褉芯写褍泻褑懈褞 锌芯 斜芯谢械械 胁褘谐芯写薪芯泄 褑械薪械, 邪 褌邪泻卸械 胁芯褋锌芯谢褜蟹芯胁邪褌褜褋褟 褍褋谢褍谐邪屑懈 锌芯 写芯褋褌邪胁泻械 懈 褍褋褌邪薪芯胁泻械.

袣邪泻 褍褋褌邪薪芯胁懈褌褜 褋械泻褑懈芯薪薪褘泄 斜械褌芯薪薪褘泄 蟹邪斜芯褉

袩芯写谐芯褌芯胁泻邪 褌械褉褉懈褌芯褉懈懈

袩械褉械写 褍褋褌邪薪芯胁泻芯泄 薪械芯斜褏芯写懈屑芯 锌芯写谐芯褌芯胁懈褌褜 褍褔邪褋褌芯泻. 袨褔懈褋褌懈褌械 褌械褉褉懈褌芯褉懈褞 芯褌 屑褍褋芯褉邪 懈 褉邪褋褌懈褌械谢褜薪芯褋褌懈, 胁褘褉芯胁薪褟泄褌械 锌芯胁械褉褏薪芯褋褌褜 懈 褉邪蟹屑械褌褜褌械 屑械褋褌邪 写谢褟 褍褋褌邪薪芯胁泻懈 芯锌芯褉薪褘褏 褋褌芯谢斜芯胁.

校褋褌邪薪芯胁泻邪 芯锌芯褉薪褘褏 褋褌芯谢斜芯胁

校褋褌邪薪芯胁懈褌械 芯锌芯褉薪褘械 褋褌芯谢斜褘 胁 蟹邪褉邪薪械械 锌芯写谐芯褌芯胁谢械薪薪褘械 褟屑褘. 袚谢褍斜懈薪邪 褟屑 写芯谢卸薪邪 褋芯芯褌胁械褌褋褌胁芯胁邪褌褜 褉械泻芯屑械薪写邪褑懈褟屑 锌褉芯懈蟹胁芯写懈褌械谢褟 懈 褍褔懈褌褘胁邪褌褜 芯褋芯斜械薪薪芯褋褌懈 谐褉褍薪褌邪. 小褌芯谢斜褘 薪械芯斜褏芯写懈屑芯 胁褘褉邪胁薪懈胁邪褌褜 锌芯 胁械褉褌懈泻邪谢懈 懈 褎懈泻褋懈褉芯胁邪褌褜 斜械褌芯薪芯屑.

袦芯薪褌邪卸 褋械泻褑懈泄

袩芯褋谢械 褍褋褌邪薪芯胁泻懈 褋褌芯谢斜芯胁 锌褉懈褋褌褍锌邪泄褌械 泻 屑芯薪褌邪卸褍 褋械泻褑懈泄. 袟邪泻褉械锌谢褟泄褌械 锌邪薪械谢懈 薪邪 褋褌芯谢斜邪褏 褋 锌芯屑芯褖褜褞 褋锌械褑懈邪谢褜薪褘褏 泻褉械锌谢械薪懈泄, 芯斜械褋锌械褔懈胁邪褟 懈褏 薪邪写械卸薪芯械 褋芯械写懈薪械薪懈械 懈 胁褘褉邪胁薪懈胁邪薪懈械.

肖懈薪邪谢褜薪邪褟 锌褉芯胁械褉泻邪

袩芯褋谢械 蟹邪胁械褉褕械薪懈褟 屑芯薪褌邪卸邪 锌褉芯胁械褉褜褌械, 薪邪褋泻芯谢褜泻芯 褉芯胁薪芯 懈 锌褉芯褔薪芯 褍褋褌邪薪芯胁谢械薪 蟹邪斜芯褉. 校斜械写懈褌械褋褜, 褔褌芯 胁褋械 褋械泻褑懈懈 薪邪写械卸薪芯 蟹邪泻褉械锌谢械薪褘 懈 薪械 懈屑械褞褌 锌芯胁褉械卸写械薪懈泄.

袟邪泻谢褞褔械薪懈械

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European companies cut jobs as economy sputters

Jan 31 (Reuters) – Decades-high inflation and the impact of war in Ukraine have forced companies across Europe into lay-offs or evdEN evE NakLiyAT hiring freezes.

Here are some of the companies that have announced cuts:

AIRLINES, AUTOS, TRAVEL * AIR FRANCE: France’s flagship carrier was in talks to shed nearly 300 ground-staff positions through voluntary redundancies, newspaper Le Figaro reported in June.When you have virtually any inquiries relating to exactly where along with tips on how to use EVDeN evE nakLiyaT, you can e mail us at the internet site. * FINNAIR: the Finnish airline said on Nov. 21 it would cut about 150 jobs, of which 90 in its home country, as part of a plan to return to profitability. * MICHELIN: the tire maker said in December it planned to cut up to 1,600 jobs in France, fewer than the 2,300 estimated in its initial voluntary redundancy plan as it seeks to safeguard production. * STELLANTIS: the world’s fourth largest carmaker indefinitely laid off an unspecified number of workers at its stamping plant in Michigan in mid-June to mitigate supply chain impacts.

INDUSTRIALS AND ENGINEERING * ALFA LAVAL: the Swedish engineering group in late October launched restructuring drive at its energy and marine units affecting around 500 employees.

* HUSQVARNA: the garden equipment and tools maker announced in late October it would cut 1,000 jobs, the vast majority of them related to the shift from petrol to battery-powered tools. * KONE: the Finnish elevator maker said on Jan. 26 it would reduce headcount by 1,000, of with 150 in Finland.

* SIEMENS GAMESA: the Spanish wind turbine maker in late September said it planned to cut 2,900 jobs, mostly in Europe, as part of a plan to return to profitability. * VALMET: EVdEN eve NAkliyaT Valmet launched negotiations in May for temporary layoffs at its valve factory in Helsinki of up to three months, affecting about 340 employees, due to reduced orders caused by the war and China’s COVID-19 restrictions.

FOOD, GENERAL RETAILERS AND evdeN eVE nakliyaT CONSUMER GOODS * AHOLD DELHAIZE: the Dutch supermarket company said on Dec.

8 it planned to cut around 300 jobs at its online subsidiary Bol.com as part of a restructuring campaign. * CLAS OHLSON: the Swedish hardware store chain said in December it would cut about 85 full-time jobs amongst other measures to deliver cost savings and reduced depreciation. * H&M: the Swedish fashion giant, which employs roughly 155,000 people, said in November it would cut some 1,500 jobs as part of a 2 billion crown ($189.5 million) savings drive.

* ICA GRUPPEN: the Swedish retailer said in December it would cut about 200 jobs due to rising costs, inflation and decreases in disposable income to save some 1 billion crowns annually. * GETIR: the Turkish fast grocery delivery firm said in late May it planned to cut 14% of its staff globally due to rising inflation and costs, a source told Reuters.

* SALMAR: the Norwegian fish farmer in November announced temporary layoffs of 851 employees as the Norwegian government plans to hike taxes on salmon farms to aid its fight with inflation. * HENKEL: the German company behind Schwarzkopf said in early May it would cut about 2,000 positions due to low demand for its products, as well as rising costs and global supply chain issues.

BANKS AND FINANCIALS * KLARNA: Dagens Industri reported in May the Swedish payments company would lay off about 10% of its 7,000 employees.* MONTE DEI PASCHI DI SIENA: the Italian state-owned bank agreed with unions to cut 4,125 staff, out of a total of 21,015, by the end of 2022 through a costly, voluntary early retirement scheme.

TECH * PHILIPS: the Dutch medical equipment maker on Jan. 30 said it would cut 6,000 jobs to counter falling sales and after a massive recall of its respiratory machines.

* SINCH: the Swedish cloud communications company said in October it would lay off 150 staff, almost 4% of its workforce, as it targets gross savings of at least 300 million crowns per year. * SAP: the German software company said on Jan. 26 it planned to cut 3,000 jobs, 2.5% of its global workforce, to cut costs and focus on its cloud business.

* VODAFONE: the British telecom group plans to shed several hundred jobs, most of which are located at its London headquarters, as part of cost-saving measures announced in November, the Financial Times reported on Jan. 13, citing people briefed on the discussions.

OTHER * BASF: the German chemicals maker in October announced a new savings program that will include an undisclosed number of job cuts, and later said its European operations needed to be „permanently” reduced.* TAYLOR WIMPEY: the British housebuilder said on Jan. 13 it was considering job cuts to keep a lid on costs, but did not specify the number of potential job cuts. Source: Regulatory filings, Reuters stories and company websites ($1 = 10.4142 Swedish crowns) ($1 = 0.9222 euros) (Compiled by Agata Rybska and Louise Breusch Rasmussen in Gdansk; Editing by Alexander Smith and Milla Nissi)

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Brother of Aussie soccer star Garang Kuol taunts after skipping bail

The brother of rising Australian soccer sensation聽Garang Kuol continues to taunt police months after skipping bail on fraud charges.聽

Kuol Mawien Kuol has appeared on social media with his other famous brother Alou Kuol during a fancy party aboard a yacht on ‘s Darling Harbour.

Kuol聽remains at large after failing to show in court on July 22 in Victoria and evDEN EVe nAKliyat heading to聽 to manage his little brother, who on Sunday almost became a Socceroo hero against Argentina at the World Cup.聽聽

Kuol Mawien Kuol (right) and soccer star Alou Kuol sipped fine champagne on Darling Harbour. Kuol is wanted in Victoria on allegations of fraud

Kuol Mawien Kuol (right) and soccer star Alou Kuol sipped fine champagne on Darling Harbour. Kuol is wanted in Victoria on allegations of fraud聽

Kuol Mawien Kuol remains on the run after skipping bail on July 22. He is the brother/agent of聽soccer sensation Garang Kuol. Police have released this picture of him.

Kuol Mawien Kuol remains on the run after skipping bail on July 22. He is the brother/agent of聽soccer sensation Garang Kuol. If you have just about any queries regarding where by along with the way to make use of eVdeN eve NaKLiYaT, you are able to contact us on our own webpage. Police have released this picture of him.

Garang Kuol's last minute shot at goal against Argentina almost made him a legend

Garang Kuol’s last minute shot at goal against Argentina almost made him a legend聽

The 23-year old fugitive helped broker a half-a-million dollar聽 deal for Garang while on the run from Australian authorities.聽

Just days after making his international debut for the , Garang secured a lucrative transfer to .聽

On Sunday, he almost equalised against Argentina in the desperate final minutes of Australia’s losing World Cup final.聽聽聽

While Garang represented his country with pride across the globe, Kuol sipped champagne while on a multi-million dollar super cruiser with Alou, who last year signed a 5-year contract with German side VfB Stuttgart.

The pair featured on Alou’s Instagram page just days ago, showing them enjoying a pleasant sunset on the water.聽

Kuol is seen sporting a large gold-coloured watch, with a gold trimmed throne pictured just behind him.聽

Victoria Police on Monday confirmed the warrant remained active on Kuol.聽聽

International football sources have told Daily Mail Australia that Garang’s brother was instrumental in brokering his deal with Newcastle United with the help of a Nigerian agent doing the leg work for him in the United Kingdom.聽

Kuol is believed to have escaped the cold Melbourne winter for beachside Terrigal – about 86kms north of Sydney.

Kuol聽had an arrest warrant issued in July after he skipped bail on charges of ripping off elderly Australians in an alleged $121,000 bank scam.聽

The 23-year old has effectively been on the run since, although his location has hardly been kept secret.聽

Kuol Mawien Kuol (left) has appeared on social media with his other famous brother Alou Kuol (right)

Kuol Mawien Kuol (left) has appeared on social media with his other famous brother Alou Kuol (right)聽

Alou Kuol posted on Instagram about hanging out with his wayward brother

Alou Kuol posted on Instagram about hanging out with his wayward brother聽

Kuol Mawien Kuol is the brother of rising soccer champ Garang and established international player Alou

Kuol Mawien Kuol is the brother of rising soccer champ Garang and established international player Alou

Garang Kuol will join Newcastle from Central Coast Mariners in January in a deal worth an initial half-a-million dollars.

Garang Kuol will join Newcastle from Central Coast Mariners in January in a deal worth an initial half-a-million dollars.

He was arrested in Sydney two days after going on the run following troublesome behaviour at the casino.聽

Police sources have confirmed the Footscray man, from Melbourne’s west, appeared at NSW’s Downing Centre Local Court on July 28 where he was found guilty of four charges, including resisting arrest and handling stolen goods.聽

In a bungle, Kuol was released in NSW and has not been seen by authorities since.聽

Kuol has firmly hitched himself to his talented younger brother,聽professing to manage the ‘football affairs’ of both Garang and Alou.聽

Garang is considered one of the hottest young talents in Australia, being rewarded for EvdEN eVE nAkliyAT his spectacular campaign with the Central Coast Mariners.聽聽

On Sunday, he played against legendary Argentinian Lionel Messi.聽

Argentina's Lionel Messi and Garang Kuol during Sunday's World Cup match at Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

Argentina’s Lionel Messi and Garang Kuol during Sunday’s World Cup match at Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

Heartbreak: Garang Kuol took a last ditch shot against Argentina and missed the mark

Heartbreak: Evden Eve NAkliYAt Garang Kuol took a last ditch shot against Argentina and missed the mark聽

Kuol Mawien Kuol (right) is an alleged fraudster who professes to manager his successful brothers

Kuol Mawien Kuol (right) is an alleged fraudster who professes to manager his successful brothers聽

Kuol had been released back into the community on a $20,000 surety despite police objections.聽

He had faced Shepparton Magistrates’ Court in June after police charged him with eight bail offences and applied to revoke his bail.聽

The former bank employee had previously fronted court accused of stealing more than $121,000 from National Australia Bank customers where he was employed in country Victoria.聽

The 聽reported the majority of the customers affected by Kuol’s alleged thefts were elderly and included a 95-year-old and a 76-year-old.聽

Police Gang Crime Squad’s Echo Taskforce Detective Senior Constable Daniel Chapman told the court Kuol was on bail with a $20,000 surety when he allegedly got another man to sign in for him at the police station on seven occasions.

Kuol also allegedly tried to sell 13 grams of cocaine to an undercover cop and used counterfeit notes to buy a PlayStation 5 off a Melbourne man who advertised online.

The alleged fraudster was also accused of using the driver’s licence of Alou when pulled over by police while he was unlicensed himself.聽

Garang Kuol took on world champions at the World Cup. His brother remains on the run from police

Garang Kuol took on world champions at the World Cup. His brother remains on the run from police聽

It is not suggested Alou permitted any alleged use by Kuol of his licence.聽

Alou set the nation on fire in June when he scored an amazing ‘scorpion goal’ for Australia’s under-23 side at the Asian Cup in Uzbekistan.聽

Police further allege聽Kuol聽used another person’s credit card to buy return plane tickets to the United States.

Magistrate David Faram granted聽Kuol bail despite his atrocious history of failing to obey court orders.聽

Mr Faram also varied Kuol’s bail conditions from daily reporting to just three days a week – a requirement he quickly ignored.聽

While wanted by police, Kuol continued to spruik his younger brother’s talents on social media, where he also takes digs at supposedly ‘bogus’ reporting on Garang.

‘Speculations, deadline days done. Only the family really knows the true answer,’ Kuol spouted in one rant against media reports.聽

‘Never refer to „third” parties, they’ve done nothing besides piggy backing the work another does on the park and in life, manipulation is at an all time high in this current era.’

Anyone with information on Kuol’s whereabouts ought contact police or Crime Stoppers.聽聽

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LIZ JONES on the terrifying insecurity of having to rent in your 60s

The call came on a Saturday morning last month.I always knew it would. It had been lurking in the background as I tried to carry on, make plans. I knew that it would all end, swiftly. Not with a whimper but with a bang.

I’d been told there was a viewing planned at the cottage I’ve rented since 2018.It’s been up for sale since April. I learned it was going to be put on the market in February, when the landlady turned up with little warning, an estate agent in tow.

The agent started taking photographs of every room and my courtyard garden. Without asking first.Or even talking to me. Because who am I, other than a lowly private renter, unworthy of even a kindly ‘Good morning’.

The viewing was scheduled for 11.30 am (there had been a few). I walked my dogs early, then raced up a steep hill to make sure I was back in time to tidy.

At 11.45, my mobile rang.It was the landlady. ‘The viewing is cancelled but there is another one at half past one.’

I dared to express my dismay, my upset at the constant intrusions. Yet another no-show; another day when I was unable to do as I pleased.

Liz Jones, 64, (pictured) opens up about being given two months' notice to leave her rented cottage

Liz Jones, 64, (pictured) opens up about being given two months’ notice to leave her rented cottage

‘Right!’ the landlady snapped.’I’m serving you with a Section 21. You have two months’ notice to move out as of Monday.’ I crumpled. Yet again, my life 鈥 that I had tried so desperately to rebuild 鈥 was in tatters.

No-fault evictions, known as Section 21 notices, enable landlords to evict tenants without giving a reason or establishing ‘fault’ on the part of the tenant.

No matter how long you’ve lived there (for me, four years) or how much you’ve spent on the place (in my case 拢59,000 鈥 I cashed in my pension and got a loan to pay for everything from a new kitchen to underfloor heating, new bathroom and white goods) you can be summarily dismissed.

How is this allowed?We are protected at work if we are sick or lose our jobs, but when we rent a home 鈥 and surely a home is integral to our health, productivity and sense of belonging 鈥 we can be thrown to the sharks.

Surely, there is more to being a landlord than having me pay your mortgage when I have paid the rent on time and looked after your property?

A lifeline was dangled in front of our poor, cold noses last month when Michael Gove 鈥 since appointed Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities under Rishi Sunak 鈥 voiced his support for Boris Johnson’s commitment to ending no-fault evictions.

Mr Gove knows as well as anyone that it isn’t the workshy who end up renting.After all, divorce is a common factor. The Government won’t get growth from a workforce that wonders if getting out of bed is worth the bother.

His speech was music to the ears of the more than four million private renters in the UK.

The misery, the uncertainty.Goodness only knows how families with school-age children cope with the disruption, the endless reading of meters and changing of suppliers, the redirection of post, the changing of council tax and on and on and on 鈥 It’s all so unbelievably stressful.

I can’t help but suspect this gross abuse of human rights has never been at the top of the political agenda because the vast majority of politicians, civil servants, newspaper columnists and editors own their own homes; or even two of them.

The writer (pictured) says renters can be 'thrown to the sharks' and swiftly dismissed. Liz says聽 she has rented nine properties in her adult life, and has been evicted four times

The writer (pictured) says renters can be ‘thrown to the sharks’ and swiftly dismissed.Liz says聽 she has rented nine properties in her adult life, and has been evicted four times

The problem doesn’t enter their brains and, if it does, they assume people who rent are either feckless or the very young, who will soon claw their way on to the property ladder.These are the sort of people who write pieces along the lines of ‘What’s with the annual DFS adverts on TV? Why do people buy a new sofa every Christmas? I inherited mine!’ (That was an actual column.)

I have rented nine properties in my adult life and been evicted four times 鈥 and the older you get, EvDEn eVe NAKliYat the harder it is to bounce back.

Times are bad for Generation Rent 鈥 the poor 20 and 30-somethings who are unable to scrape together a deposit, or afford a mortgage.But to be in your 60s and to be renting, as I am, after a lifetime of hard work, is infinitely worse.

Why? Because, at 64, I am perilously close to retirement.

I did manage to get a mortgage offer before the current crisis but, even then, the rate I was offered was nearly 5 per cent and the maximum term I was allowed was 12 years.There is no hope of a partner on the horizon to split bills with.

I have sympathy for homeowners whose rates have just gone up, but renters aren’t immune, as there are no caps on what we pay. Landlords will pass any increase onto us (I might die of cold if I move to Scotland, but at least Nicola Sturgeon has proposed a rent freeze).

Note, too, that higher interest rates, as well as new rules about long-term rentals being insulated, mean the number of long-term rental properties (as opposed to holiday and Airbnb lets) has shrunk.

This led to a report last month of a rise in London of ‘blind bidding’ 鈥 people leasing rental properties without first viewing them.There are 49 per cent fewer new listings than in 2019, EVDEN EVE nAkLiYaT reports Hamptons estate agency, and the average rent in a newly-let home in Britain is up 6.9 per cent on September last year.

I owned my own home from 1983 until 2016. I’ve never not had a good job and I’ve never taken a day off sick.But in 2016 I lost my home 鈥 a Georgian mini mansion, with floor-to-ceiling windows and a lawn that swept down to a river.

I put in stone floors, salvaged from a derelict church, railings 鈥 I can’t go on, it’s too upsetting.

When I was made bankrupt in 2015, I was forced to put it on the market for 拢400,000 less than I paid for it.(A long story: there’s a memoir, if you’re interested.) Suffice to say, HMRC hate high-earning single females, as do builders, family, neighbours, insolvency lawyers.

As a bankrupt, my rental choices were limited. I found a small house nearby, just outside the market town of Richmond in North Yorkshire, for 拢1,700 a month.The search was made extra hard given the fact I (then) had four cats and three dogs. Most rental properties, even those in rural areas with ghastly swirly carpets, stipulate: ‘Sorry, no pets.’

In 2020, a white paper was drawn up to allow renters to keep dogs and cats, given that they are, after all, family members, and less likely than toddlers to scribble on walls, but it’s not yet on the statute books.

The wonderful charity Dogs On The Streets (DOTS), which helps the pets of the homeless, reveals the number of pets given up due to being banned from rentals has rocketed: ‘We get 20 to 30 calls a day from tenants unable to keep their pets.’

So I went with this house, but was told: ‘Sorry, it comes furnished.’ I had a lot of furniture.Conran sofas. A 1920s desk. An Eero Saarinen marble table. I was your typical used-to-live-in-Islington high-end clich茅. So I begged and said: ‘Well, can’t you put your stuff in storage?’ I was also mindful of my muddy dogs, scratchy cats, but it was no.

The landlady turned up with little warning and an estate agent in tow – my home was up for sale聽

So I put all my furniture in storage and gave my brand-new appliances 鈥 a Smeg range cooker, Miele dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer 鈥 to a friend.But storage proved so expensive that, one by one, I had to sell everything on eBay.

Imagine my shock when the landlord, a year or so later, said they’d bought a holiday home in Devon and were coming for their furniture. (This is why people buy DFS sofas.)

I moved out in 2018, tired of neighbours calling the landlady to tell her I hadn’t put my car in the garage and my dogs were barking.

That same year, I rented a one-bedroom flat in North London at more than 拢3,000 a month 鈥 to save on hotel bills for work.

Handing me the keys, the landlady, a mature student (dear God, how do these people get to own property?), pointed out that I would ‘need to buy expensive saucepans’ as the hob was induction, instructed me not ‘to let water pour on the floorboards’ in the kitchen and not to let the front door slam.

Or wear jeans on the sofa as ‘they wear it out’.

When I later complained about the filth of the communal areas, which only I vacuumed, she said: ‘Oh, that’s a surprise, as apart from you, every flat is owner-occupied.’

She kept emailing me 鈥 never, ever rent via OpenRent, where you deal with the landlord direct 鈥 saying: ‘I’ve read you have collies.They are not in the flat, are they? No pets allowed.’ I kept assuring her they were safely in Yorkshire. She enlisted an upstairs neighbour to spy on me.

I was again evicted, for no reason, in 2019, having spent a fortune moving books, magazines, clothes and my desk 250 miles.(I know the names of the nice men at Watson Removals; I even know the birthdays of a couple of them.)

She said the flat was being sold but, a few weeks later, I saw it up for rent again on Rightmove at an escalated price.

She wanted to withhold some of my deposit as the cheap-looking fairy lights were no longer on the balcony.They broke!

The writer (pictured) says renters close to retirement are 'infinitely worse' off than those in their 20s or 30s

The writer (pictured) says renters close to retirement are ‘infinitely worse’ off than those in their 20s or 30s

Then there was the place in Clerkenwell.I had to give notice when I lost my job but the two male landlords, who lived in Hong Kong, made me stick to a six-month notice period, when they could have said: ‘OK, if we can rent it faster you can leave’.

And they told me to vacuum my radiators as they were making a ‘mark’ on the walls.(Mad!)

I chose the cottage I am in now as the landlady didn’t mind I’d been bankrupt, or that I have dogs and it has a magical view.

When I moved in, it had no heating, laminate flooring and a fuse box that was 26 years old.The washing machine broke and there was no tumble dryer, though the lease bans putting up a washing line. The roof and windows still leak. Exiting the front door on a rainy day is like braving Niagara Falls (I have videos).

I know it was idiotic to spend tens of thousands of pounds of my own money on it, but I work from home and needed heating.The bathroom was mouldy and having a hot bath is my one luxury.

In all, I spent 拢59,000. I updated the heating with a new boiler and radiators upstairs and replaced the fusebox. I put in flagstones, I had the chimney swept, installed new blinds and shelving and I spent more than 拢12,000 on a beautiful Neptune kitchen.

I know.People warned me not to do it up, as I have no legal redress. But my home is so important to me: I get depressed in a dump.

And so here I am, EVDeN EVe nAKliyat terrified of being homeless, again. I went to look at another rental the other week. The woman opened the door and a huge Labrador emerged, when her ad had stipulated ‘only one small dog considered for an escalated rent’.

‘How many dogs do you have?’ she asked me, craning to look at the two (out of now four) who had come along for the ride.Me: ‘Um.’

She showed me round and it was lovely. When you loved this information and you wish to receive more details about evden Eve NakLiYaT assure visit the site. ‘It will come unfurnished.’ I was glad, but slightly galled that I’d also given away my 拢4,000 Vispring bed, purchased from Selfridges in sunnier days, as my current cottage is so small it wouldn’t fit through the door.

I couldn’t work out the layout of the house.’Ah,’ she said, unlocking the door to the loveliest room, dual aspect, with views of a river. ‘We will be locking our furniture in here. This is our forever home. We’ll be back in two years. Which is when you’ll have to move out.’

Aaaaargh!!!!!

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Ukraine-Russia crisis: What to know as NATO eyes Russia move

釖狾NDON (AP) – Western fears that a Russian invasion of Ukraine is 褨mminent have eased 苿ut not disappeared.釒爄plomatic eff邒rts to avert war got new energy this week after 蓪ussian Pres褨dent Vladimir Putin said Russia w蓱s willing to discuss security issues with NATO, 蓱nd Russia said it was withdrawing some of its troops gathered near Ukraine麓s b岌恟ders.

Th械 United States and its allies have welcomed the diplomatic overture, but 褧邪y they 一ave seen little evidence 慰f a Russi蓱n military de-escalation.

NATO def锝卬se ministers met Wednesday in Brussel褧 as the West tries to deter an invasion – one t一at Russia insi褧t褧 it ha褧 no intention of starting.

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W螚AT麓S HAPPENING WITH RUSSIAN TROO獠?

Contrary to Putin’s cl蓱ims, Rus褧ia has added as many a褧 7,000 troops near the Ukrainian border in re喜ent days, a senior Biden administration official said Wednesday.The 謪fficial was not aut一orized to speak publicly about sensiti岽爀 operations and sp慰ke to The Ass謪ciat械d Press on condition of anonymity. Th械 official 蓷id not provide underlying evidence.

A 200 meter long Ukrainian flag is unfolded at the Olympiyskiy stadium in Kyiv, Ukraine, Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022. As Western officials warned a Russian invasion could happen as early as today, the Ukrainian President Zelenskyy called for a Day of Unity, with Ukrainians encouraged to raise Ukrainian flags across the country. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

A 200 meter long Ukrainian flag 褨s unfolded at the Olympiyskiy stadium in Kyiv, Ukraine, Wednesday, Feb.16, 2022. As Western officials warned a Russian 褨nvasion could happen as early as today, the U泻rainian Presi詟ent Zelenskyy called for a Day of Unity, with Ukrainians encouraged to raise Ukrainian flags across the country. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

U.S.President Joe Biden said Tuesday that 150,000 蓪ussian troops were massed to the north, south and east of U泻raine, and 釒砮stern officials said a Russian 褨nvasion could still happen at the drop of a hat.

Russia麓s Defense M褨nistry has announced that some 幞檔its participating in military exercises will begin returning to their bases, a statement welcomed as „a good signal” by German 瞎hancellor Olaf Scholz.The Russ褨an Defense Ministry rele邪se詠 foota謥e of a trainload of armore鈪 vehicles leaving Crimea, whi锝僪 Russia seized from Ukraine in 2014.

But NATO Secretary General J锝卬s Stoltenberg said the military alliance had not seen „any signs of de-escalation on the ground – no withdrawals of troops or equipment.”

„Russia maintains a massive invasion force ready to attack,” he said.

WHAT DOES RUSSIA SAY?

The Kremlin dismisses claims that it is planning an invasion. Russian Foreign Ministe谐 Sergey La岽爎ov said Western „hysteria … profoundly puzzles us,” and accused the 釒砮st of trying to di鈪絫ate how Rus褧ia should behave on its own territory.

Mos褋ow麓s ambass蓱dor to the Euro蟻e蓱n Union, Vladimir Chizhov, told German daily news獠per Welt that „there won麓t be an attack this Wednesday. There won麓t be an escalation next week either, or in the week after, or in the coming month.”

Western officials say even if an inv蓱sion is not imminent, Russia co战ld keep troops massed near Ukraine for weeks, turning the military buildup into a protracted crisis that h邪s already harmed Ukraine’s economy.

蓪ussian forces kept up their massive war games Wednesday in 釓磂larus, to the north of Uk谐aine, 岽th fighter jets fly褨ng training missions and paratroopers holding shooting drills.

The West fears those exercises could be used as c慰ve谐 ahead of an invasion of Ukraine, but Belarusian Foreign 釒穒nister Vladimir Makei said all Russi蓱n troops and 选eapons will leave th械 country aft锝卹 the maneuvers 选ra蟻 up Sunday.

WHAT IS NATO DOING?

Defense ministers from NATO member nations met in Brussels to try to bo鈪約ter the dete谐rence side of it褧 twin-track deterrence and diplomacy strategy for Russia.

Stoltenberg said NAT袨 wo幞檒d „convey a very clear message to Russia that we are ready to sit down and discuss with them but at the same time, we are prepared for the worst.”

He said Russia’s actions h邪d p谐ovoked „a crisis in European security” and showed that Moscow was willing to undermine the pillars of the continent’s stabil褨ty b蕪 threat褨ng its neighbor.

„I regret to say that this is the new normal in Europe,” 一e said.

Stoltenberg said NATO had dis锝僽ssed setting up new batt鈪糴grou褉s in central, eastern and southeastern Europe, including one led b爷 France in 蓪omania, b幞檛 a final d械c褨sion has not been made.

NATO h邪s ruled out sending troo褉s to fight Russia in Ukraine, which is not a member of the Western alliance.But hundreds of American, British and other 螡ATO troops have been sent to bolster the defenses of E邪stern Euro蟻ean memb械r countries, including Poland and the Baltic states, that fear they may 邪lso be Russian targets.

Moscow accuses NATO of moving eve锝 closer to Ru褧sia’s borders.A key Russian demand is th蓱t Ukraine dr慰p its ambition to join NATO. The alliance says Ukraine must hav械 t一e f谐eedom to make its own choices.

Eu谐opean Union leaders a谐e to discuss the latest d械velopments in the 喜risis on Thu谐sday before the start of an EU-Africa summit.Th械 鞋loc, the U.S. and Brit蓱in have all threatene詠 heavy sanctions on Russia 褨f it inv邪d械s.

WHAT ELSE IS THE WEST WORRIED ABOU片?

Western diplomats have called the crisis the big謥est challenge to the international order sinc械 the end of the C芯ld War. It 蓱lso has foc战sed the attenti芯n of many European governments on the security of their futu谐e energy supp鈪糹es.

West锝卹n governments accu褧e Russia 岌恌 cutting back on its natural g蓱s su蟻plies to Eur芯pe to leverage Rus褧ia麓s se喜urity demands, c芯ntributing to month褧 of sharply higher energy prices.

In the short term, Eur慰pe is seeking extra gas from other nations, including Japan. The 鈪絩isis may 邪lso hasten a switch to climate-friendly renewable energy that is already under岽y.

In the U.S., Biden i褧 warning that gasoline prices could get higher if P战tin c一ooses to invade.Inflation has 鞋ecome an albatross for Democrats going into the 2022 midterm e鈪糴ctions, despite the nation麓s strong economic growth last ye邪r.

The cost of crude oil – and 伞asoline- began to c鈪糹mb over the 蟻ast month as Putin massed f慰rces on the Ukr蓱inian border.Forecasts from JPMorgan and other investment firms suggest t一at crude oil – already at about $95 a 苿arrel – c芯uld exceed $125 a barrel due to t褨ght suppl褨es, which an intensify.

U.S. climate envoy John Ker谐y will undersc邒re the conne锝僼褨on between climate efforts and g鈪紀bal security at the Munich Security Conference in 詫e谐many, where he is schedu鈪糴d to speak Friday.U.S. Secretary 獠焒 State Antony B鈪糹nken also is expe喜ted to attend the security event.

WHAT AB諘U釒 CYBERATTACKS?

Disruption continued from a cy苿eratt邪ck that knocked out t一e websites of the Ukrainian army, the defense ministry 邪nd major banks in Uk谐aine on Tuesday.Ukrainian offici邪ls say they are investigating the origin of the distributed-denial-of-service 蓱ttacks. Russia has denied involvement.

Meanwhile, U.S. authorities issued a warning that hackers backed by the Russian state have waged a long-谐unning 锝僡mp蓱ign to get classified material from private contractors working for the Pentagon.

The warning issued jointly by the Department of Homeland Security麓s cyber unit, the FBI and Nationa鈪 Security Agency said the hackers, using „common but effective tactics,” have been targeting defense contractors since at least January 2020 and 岽l鈪 li覜ely continue to do so.

U.S.authorities said the intrusions „enabled the actors to acquire sensitive, unclassified information, as well as CDC-proprietary and export-controlled technology,” but did not identify any of the victimized companies.

WHAT IS THE MOOD IN UKRAINE?

Ukrainian Presid械nt Volodymyr Zelenskyy declared 釒砮dnesday a „day of national unity.” He cal鈪糴d on citizens to 詟is褉lay th械 blue-and-yellow national flag and to sing the national anthem in the face of „hybrid threats.” To mark the da锝, demonstrators unfolded a 200-meter (656-foot) national flag 蓱t a sports arena in Kyiv.

„Russia will not leave us in peace, that麓s why we have to be always ready for it,” 獠╱ri Maistrenko, 52, a scientist in Kyiv, s蓱id.”It did not start today, but it could tomorrow or after a month.”

W螚AT IS HAP巍ENING IN RUSSIA?

Putin, who has had tense meetings wit一 Frenc一 Presid械nt Emmanuel Macron and Germany麓s Scholz in recent days, was all smil械s Wednesday when he met 邪uthoritarian Brazilian Pres褨dent Jair Bolsonaro in M謪scow.

Russ褨an lawmakers, meanwhile, have urged Putin to recognize 蓱s independent states the rebel-held a谐eas in eastern Ukra褨ne where 釓抲ssia has supporte鈪 rebels 褨n a conflict that has kille詟 more than 14,000 people since 2014.Putin signaled that he 选asn麓t 褨nclined to back the motion, which would 械ffectively shatt械r a 2015 pea褋e deal.

B鈪糹nken said 褨f 獠tin did approve the appeal, it would be „a gross violation of international law” and bring „a swift and firm response” from the U.S.and its allies.

WHAT’S THE IMPAC片 FURTHER AFIELD?

The cri褧is is causing ripples in the skie褧 and the seas.

Ukraine International Airl褨nes said it has sent some of its pa褧senger planes to Spain „for safe keeping.” The airline said it t邒ok the decisi芯n under pressure from insurance companies „due to the foreign policy situation.”

The airport at Castell贸n in eastern Spain s邪id five planes had arriv锝吷, with a sixth expected.

The Ukrainian a褨rline continues to operate to and from the country with a reduced fleet.

Th锝 Cockpit 战nion, which 谐epresents 褉ilots in Germany, c邪lled for planes to avoid flying over „regions of tension” in 械astern Ukraine.

袉n 2014, 298 peop鈪糴 aboard a Ma鈪糰ysia Airlines flight from Amsterdam to Kuala 釓瀠mpur were ki鈪糽ed wh械n the Boeing 777 was b谐ought down by a missile ove锝 rebel-held eastern Ukraine.

Norwegian fishermen, meanwhile, wer械 upset over a three-day Russian naval 蓷rill in the Arctic that st邪rted Wednes詠ay.Fi褧hing boats are 苿eing warned from a zone about 1,000 kilometers (620 mi鈪糴s) long north of 螡orway – a 褧ituation Sturla Roald of the Norwegian Fishing Vessel Owner褧 Asso褋iation cal鈪糴d „totally unsustainable.”

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Associated 袪ress Writers Vladimir Isachenkov a in Mosc岌恮, Yuras Karmanau in Kyiv, Ukraine, Sy鈪紇ie 鈪璷rbet in Paris, Lorne Co芯k and Raf Case谐t in Brussels, Frank J邒rdans in Berl褨n, J芯seph Wilson in Barcelona and E鈪糽en Knickm械yer and Matthew Lee in Washington contributed to this report.

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Male escort husband of Phil Collins's ex demands she be thrown in jail

The estranged boy toy husband of Phil Collins’s ex-wife Orianne Bates has asked a court to throw her in jail over unpaid bills for his leased $340,000 Aston Martin, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal.

Former male escort Thomas Bates, 33, has filed a motion in their demanding Orianne, 49, is incarcerated for nearly six months for contempt because she failed to make up overdue lease payments after being ordered to pay by the judge – and instead jetted off to Europe.

His attorney alleges the former wife of retired pop legend Phil, 72, has ‘not paid a penny’ and continues to ‘thumb her nose’ at Broward County Circuit Court in Fort Lauderdale, .

‘Instead of complying with the Court’s order, Wife flew to Paris and then jetted to Switzerland for the holidays, posting extremely „filtered” photographs of herself and her children all over the internet, proudly displaying her carefree lifestyle,’ Bates’s attorney Deborah Bianchi Tracht wrote.

‘Simultaneously herewith, Husband is filing a Motion for Writ for Issuance of a Writ of Bodily Arrest鈥’

Former male escort Thomas Bates, 33, has filed a motion in his bitter divorce battle demanding Orianne, 49, is incarcerated for nearly six months for contempt

Former male escort Thomas Bates, 33, has filed a motion in his bitter divorce battle demanding Orianne, 49, is incarcerated for nearly six months for contempt

The attorney adds in the new filing: ‘Husband requests that Wife be held in Contempt and that she be incarcerated in the Broward County jail for one hundred and seventy nine (179) days or until further order of this Court or until she pays the purge amount totally the full amount past due on the Aston Martin.’

Court records show Orianne has been ordered four times to make up the payments on the 2021 supercar, which she has previously demanded Bates returns because of her ‘dire financial straits’.

It has a James Bond-style TB 007 license plate and costs an incredible $6,594.40 a month to lease, according to legal documents obtained by DailyMail.com.

The jail threat is the latest twist in the saga that saw the couple wed in secret in Las Vegas in August 2020 while Orianne was still living with rocker Phil at his oceanfront mansion in Miami Beach 颅- but split spectacularly just 16 months later.

Bates's attorney alleges Orianne has 'not paid a penny' and instead flew to Paris

Bates’s attorney alleges Orianne has ‘not paid a penny’ and instead flew to Paris聽

Former tribute band guitarist Bates, who failed in his bid for a music career in Los Angeles before his secret nuptials, claims he was forced to sign the car lease at a Miami dealership and that Orianne had promised to make the payments.

But the battle of the Aston Martin is just from both sides in a divorce fight now entering its 15th month.

And as the warring couple continue to wrangle over assets, DailyMail.com can reveal the spectacular spending of Orianne as certified in her own court documents.

The Swiss-born jewelry designer bagged a $47million payout from Genesis legend Phil in their 2008 divorce.But she lost a bid for half his $40million Miami Beach mansion after reuniting with him in 2015 – then astonishingly setting up home there with Bates before the couple were evicted.

During their stay, Orianne publicly splurged on gifts for her new husband as they drove around Miami in her leased Bentley, stopping off at exclusive stores in the city’s Design District.

And the lavish spending continued after the couple moved into a waterfront mansion in Fort Lauderdale in December 2020.

Bates claims Orianne insisted he lease a $340,000 Aston Martin for $6,500 per month because she wanted him to be like James Bond. It even had license plates with the number TB 007. But now he's suing her over unpaid bills for the car

Bates claims Orianne insisted he lease a $340,000 Aston Martin for $6,500 per month because she wanted him to be like James Bond.It even had license plates with the number TB 007. But now he’s suing her over unpaid bills for the car聽

Bates's attorney Deborah Bianchi Tracht wrote in their filing: 'Instead of complying with the Court's order, Wife flew to Paris and then jetted to Switzerland for the holidays, posting extremely "filtered" photographs of herself and her children all over the internet, proudly displaying her carefree lifestyle'

Bates’s attorney Deborah Bianchi Tracht wrote in their filing: ‘Instead of complying with the Court’s order, Wife flew to Paris and then jetted to Switzerland for the holidays, posting extremely „filtered” photographs of herself and her children all over the internet, proudly displaying her carefree lifestyle’

Orianne has been ordered four times to make up the payments on the 2021 supercar, which she has previously demanded Bates returns because of her 'dire financial straits'

Orianne has been ordered four times to make up the payments on the 2021 supercar, which she has previously demanded Bates returns because of her ‘dire financial straits’

Orianne reveals in the first of two financial affidavits in the divorce that she has loans of $25,000 a month for the pad.

She also said she spent $60,000 a month on clothes, $25,000 a month on vacations and $6,900 a month on ‘grooming’ – with total monthly outgoings of $285,746.

However, the three-times married mom did not disclose her monthly business income.Instead, evDen evE naKliYAT she stated she gets $5,000 a month from selling clothes and jewelry online.

Orianne paid $5.5million for the Fort Lauderdale home, but put it on the market in August last year for $10.95million after Bates moved out months before.However, it has failed to sell and on Monday she dropped the price to $8.9million.

The spectacular six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home with a stunning pool is financed with a $3million loan from Shellpoint Mortgage Servicing, the legal papers reveal.

But in the first of two financial affidavits Orianne has filed in the divorce battle, she also revealed there was a $2million line of credit from Sun Trust for the property – meaning the place was financed nearly entirely by loans.

In that first affidavit in April 2022, she said her monthly outgoings included:

  • Mortgage $24,729
  • Property taxes $7,211
  • Grooming: $6,900
  • Pet expenses: $5,116
  • Club dues and membership: $2,723
  • Sports and hobbies: $6,500
  • Vacations: $25,000
  • Electricity: $1,002
  • Telephone/cell phone: $1,500
  • Food and home supplies: $2,500
  • Meals outside home: $2,400
  • Maid service: $3,600
  • House employees: $19,500
  • Car gas and oil: $1,200
  • Car wash: $450
  • Health insurance: $2,335
  • Life insurance: $12,500
  • Life insurance for three children: $4,500
  • Dry cleaning and laundry: $2,000
  • Clothing: $60,000
  • Medical, dental and prescriptions: $6,000
  • Non-prescription meds, cosmetics, toiletries: $2,000

She also revealed she owed $212,263 on a Neiman Marcus/Capital One card, with debts of $90,404 on one JP Morgan Chase card and $90,996 on another.

In an amended financial affidavit filed in July 2022, she reduced many of those figures, but still came up with total monthly expenses of $146,555.

Orianne later testified she had further drastically reduced her outgoings to $6,000 a month, according to a summary by Judge Natasha DePrimo in the most recent ruling over the Aston Martin on January 13.

Bates’s attorney had cited Orianne’s higher amount in the latest enforcement bid.

And Judge DePrimo said in her summary: ‘She (Orianne) testified that they are now $6,000 per month, but no specific evidence was introduced substantiating the $140,000 reduction in expenses鈥.

‘The court finds that there was insufficient evidence presented as to the Wife’s inability to pay and maintain the status quo.’

DailyMail.com can reveal the spectacular spending of Orianne, including a monthly mortgage payment of $24,729, house employees for $19,500 and $60,000 in clothing

DailyMail.com can reveal the spectacular spending of Orianne, including a monthly mortgage payment of $24,729, house employees for $19,500 and $60,000 in clothing聽

Orianne was given 30 days to bring all the payments up to date and was ordered to continue financing the lease.

DailyMail.com Orianne picked up Bates from a male escort site where he advertised himself as a ‘sexy intellectual, with degrees in philosophy and political science.

But once she moved him into rock star Phil’s mansion their fiery relationship saw her physically assault her new husband ‘on several occasions’ – once threatening to cut off his ‘private parts’, evden EvE NaKLiyat according to court documents.

Orianne picked up Bates from a male escort site where he advertised himself as a 'sexy intellectual, with degrees in philosophy and political science'

Orianne picked up Bates from a male escort site where he advertised himself as a ‘sexy intellectual, with degrees in philosophy and political science’

Bates was on the books of a company called Cowboys 4 Angels, using the name Ryan, while he was in Los Angeles, after moving from Florida to try to make it in the music business.

But he headed back to his home state when things didn’t work out as planned.It is understood the couple had their first meeting at an exclusive five-star hotel in Miami Beach.

On the Cowboys 4 Angels website, ‘Ryan in Los Angeles’ was touted as ‘the classic, charismatic Los Angeles gentleman, who is definitely guaranteed to exceed your expectations and show you an unforgettable experience!’

He was pictured sporting designer stubble and showing off his tanned six-pack with an open plaid shirt and with one hand behind his head.

‘Originally from the east coast, this sexy intellectual is well-educated, having obtained collegiate degrees in Philosophy and Political Science, further reinforcing his ability to thrive in social and formal situations requiring stimulating, impressive and thought-provoking conversation,’ continued the blurb.

‘Ryan currently works as a personal trainer and musician鈥 some of Ryan’s main interests include art, fashion, traveling and live music.’

Orianne – whose maiden name is Cevey – was living with Collins when she allegedly selected Bates after he had returned to Florida, where court papers suggest he was still working as an escort.

Bates’s legal team revealed how they first got together in answers to Orianne’s divorce petition.

‘At the time the parties met, Husband was employed by an escort service,’ they wrote.

‘The Wife selected Husband through the escort service and insisted on dating him.The parties’ relationship rapidly progressed into a meaningful romantic relationship. Wife persuaded Husband to leave the escort service to marry her.’

‘Husband moved from California to Florida on or about July 2020 and rented an apartment in Delray Beach, Florida.After the parties married, Wife insisted that Husband leave the sanctuary of his Delray apartment and move into the Collins residence in Miami with Wife.

‘The Wife clearly understood that Husband’s life would be turned upside down and the Husband and Wife would be sued by Phil Collins once Husband moved into the Collins residence.’

The Swiss-born jewelry designer got a $47million payout from Genesis legend Phil in their 2008 divorce

The Swiss-born jewelry designer got a $47million payout from Genesis legend Phil in their 2008 divorce

Bates claims he received the alleged threat to slice off his genitals after returning to the couple’s new Fort Lauderdale mansion from spending Thanksgiving 2021 with his parents at their home in nearby Lighthouse Point.

He arrived to find Orianne had ‘secretly removed’ his clothes and eVden eVE NakliyAt other possessions and he asked for them back.

‘Wife, who has a ferocious temper, threatened Husband with bodily harm (by cutting off his private parts) when he asked for his clothes and personal property’, said his filing.

‘The Wife, who has earned a 3rd degree black belt designation and is trained in boxing, previously physically assaulted Husband on several occasions prior to separation. On one occasion, Husband had to scream for the housekeeper to help him exit the house to avoid Wife’s assault.

‘Husband voluntarily vacated the marital residence for his safety. If you liked this post and you would like to acquire much more info relating to EVdEn eVe NAKLiYAt kindly go to our own internet site. ‘

Orianne’s attorneys have attacked Bates during the battle, writing: EVDen EVE nAKliyat ‘The Husband has not only syphoned funds from the Wife, but the Wife is now heavily encumbered and has limited cash flow.She has been relying on assets to meet expenses.

‘Unfortunately the Wife has hit the wall.’

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