THE British millionaire who claims he was set up in an elaborate sex assault ruse to ransack his home will have his possessions returned to him tomorrow.
But incredibly Marbella-based Shoja ‘Sacha’ Shojai claims he is being made to pay an eye-watering €5,000 for ‘storage’ of the stolen items.
He told the Olive Press last issue that he had jewellery, gold and carpets taken while detained over claims he kept a ‘harem’ of nine women captive in his €7,000-a-month rented mansion.
And now Sacha, who insists the claims are ‘crazy lies’, is set to be reunited with eight containers of belongings, which have been stored at a depot in Estepona.
“The trucks were stopped by police and detained in Estepona’s industrial zone after I alerted authorities about the robbery,” he explained.
“Now they are finally being returned.”
He explained that the items – which were set to be taken to an address in Berlin – would take 15 people to load up into two new lorries and two police vehicles were set to escort the trucks home.
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