Tetra Pak billionaire Hans Rausing
Crack addict billionaire Hans Kristian Rausing is having food delivered from his favourite hotel. to the drug rehab clinic where he was sent by a judge.
The Tetra Pak heir, who last week received a 10 month suspended jail term for keeping his wife’s body at their home for two months after she died, didn’t like the menu offered by nurses so has been allowed to order in his own cuisine.
Each evening at 6pm, a chauffeur collects dinner, wrapped in silver foil, from a five star hotel and delivers it to Rausing, 49, at the Capio Nightingale clinic in West London, where he is being treated for drug addiction.
Last week the 1,000 a d prada ay driver, also believed to be his personal assistant, was on hand to take gaunt looking prada Rausing, the country’s 12th richest man, for a drive round the block in a Mercedes.
He made regular stops so that his employer could enjoy the fresh air.
Rausing is also believed to go for regular walks.
Last week he avoided being sent to jail despite the judge saying he used “deceit and deliberation” to hide wife Eva’s corpse. When confronted, he said: “I know it sounds selfish but I just didn’t want her to leave.”
He had hidden the decomposing body under a pile of bin bags and clothes at their 70million mansion in London’s Chelsea, then sprinkled the corpse with deodorising powder to mask the growing stench.
Rausing, worth 4.3billion, faced a maximum sentence of life imprisonment for preventing the lawful burial of his wife but instead was ordered to attend the private hospital for two years.
Judge Richard McGregor Johnson told him: “In prada carrying out your intentions, you acted with deceit and deliberation, equipping yourself with items to try to prolong the act of concealment.”
In a statement to police, which was read to the court, Rausing said: prada “I am devastated by the death of my beloved wife of 19 years.
“I do not have a coherent recollection of the events leading up to and since Eva’s death, save to assure you I have never wished her or done her any harm.
“I tried to carry on as if her death had not happened. I batted away enquiries about her. I believe in the period since she died I have suffered some form of breakdown.”