A BIG-HEARTED expat has offered a job to the struggling partner of tragic Fatima Dorado who was killed in a hit-and-run accident last month.
The businessman will also pay childcare for Tomas Ramirez’ baby daughter Katherine so he can take up the job in Marbella.
The Brit – who owns restaurants – felt ‘compelled to help in any way possible’, after reading about his plight, in our last issue.
A father himself, he knew the problems Bolivian Tomas would face after his lover was killed by notorious expat Westley Capper on May 9.
“There are no words to describe what Tomas must be going through and we will do whatever we can to get him back on his feet,” insisted the businessman, who asked to remain anonymous.
“I am truly grateful for this extraordinary offer,” said Tomas, 48.
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