Rita Ora has re­port­edly lost huge amount

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

One of the 26-year-old singer's com­pany is re­ported to have lost the huge amount af­ter it was taken by the man who "lived like a Saudi prince", The Sun re­ports. Rita's lawyer Gra­ham Shear said: "Rita Ora has mul­ti­ple busi­ness in­ter­ests glob­ally. One of the com­pa­nies in which she has an in­ter­est is a po­ten­tial vic­tim of fraud along with sev­eral other com­pa­nies and in­di­vid­u­als. "The po­ten­tial loss suf­fered by all the vic­tims col­lec­tively is thought to be sig­nif­i­cant but only a pro­por­tion of that to­tal fig­ure will ap­ply to the en­tity in which Ora is one of sev­eral share­hold­ers. "Any loss suf­fered by the Com­pany in which Ora has an in­ter­est will be re­cov­er­able from in­sur­ance poli­cies which pro­tect against this sort of pro­fes­sional mis­ap­pro­pri­a­tion, fraud and other claims." Last year Rita was the vic­tim of a night-time bur­glary at her sixbed­room semi-de­tached Lon­don home. A source close to Rita said: "She is very shaken and has upped her per­sonal pro­tec­tion and se­cu­rity at her homes. "Of course she's scared about her safety and the safety of her fam­ily. "Thank­fully, Rita wasn't home at the time, but a fam­ily mem­ber was sleep­ing up­stairs so it could have been so much worse if they had been dis­turbed. "They called the po­lice who ar­rived af­ter 5am af­ter they found out that cash, jew­els and elec­tri­cal goods had been stolen. "The po­lice have told Rita she needs to look se­ri­ously into the pos­si­bil­ity that this was an in­side job and could be con­nected to a num­ber of bur­glar­ies in the area, in­clud­ing the one at Si­mon Cow­ell's house."

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