Gayle Killilea’s €10m Cyprus bank account is targeted

Sean Dunne bankruptcy trustee seeks court order compelling the former journalist to hand over bank statements

26th November, 2017
Gayle Killilea

The US trustee handling Sean Dunne’s bankruptcy has homed in on a Cypriot bank account which allegedly held over €10 million after the 2013 sale of the Ballsbridge mansion Walford.

In court proceedings last month, lawyers for Richard Coan said the tax returns of the developer’s estranged wife, former journalist Gayle Killilea, showed that millions of euro had gone into her Hellenic Bank account after the property was bought by a Cypriot entity, Yesreb,...

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