PETRA Ecclestone’s ex-husband James Stunt has told cops he has been attacked of cash, bullion and gems worth £90million in Britain’s biggest burglary.
The billionaire playboy, 35, is pronounced to have woken to find the protected at his Georgian residence in London’s Belgravia spotless out.
Petra Ecclestone and James Stunt could mangle the record books with their divorce settlement
The raiders who struck just months after his sour divorce from the Formula One heiress were last night being wanted by Scotland Yard’s Flying Squad.
A source told The Sun on Sunday: “James had only been in the residence a brief while and did not have time to get CCTV installed.
Police were apparently astounded there were no cameras anywhere inside the house.
“He is ravaged by the loss. It’s a lot of income even for him — yet luckily he’s insured.”
The prior biggest thievery was the 2015 raid on reserve deposition boxes by the Hatton Garden blaggers, who fled with £25million.
Bullion play James’s protected was pronounced to have been in the groundwork of the residence he changed into after his separate from F1 noble Bernie Ecclestone’s daughter.
They had been marry for 6 years.
Last summer Petra took out an claim forcing him to quit their £68million home in Chelsea, West London.
The couple have given been warring over their corner fortune, which is pronounced to be £5.5billion.
Their matrimony was strictly finished in October.
At the divorce conference James allegedly done a gun gesticulate with his palm at 29-year-old Petra’s father Bernie, 86.
He also allegedly tried to punch him before attack out of court.
Detectives have been sport the Belgravia burglars for some-more than a month after James reported the spoliation on Dec 14.
They are believed to have scoured CCTV from circuitously homes in the posh area of the capital, where houses cost around £20million.
James, who has a group of up to 5 confidence men and domestic staff including a butler, at first suspected the thievery was an inside job.
The source said: “There did not seem to be any justification of a break-in. But police now consider it was a burglary.”
A man in his 20s who cops arrested last month has been expelled as inquiries continue.
Friends have pronounced James is still disorder after his divorce.
Among those who have been comforting him is his godfather Terry Adams, 63 — an ex-jailbird and boss of a North London crime gang.
Police last night declined to give a list of the equipment the burglars took.
The source said: “There was gold, solid trinket and cash worth up to £90million. All of it was gone.”
Scotland Yard confirmed: “The police review is being led by officers from the Flying Squad.”