US court finds Dunne’s wife liable for transfer of Shrewsbury Road mansion

9th June, 2019
Sean Dunne with his wife Gayle Killilea at their former home in Ballsbridge Picture: Derek Speirs

The ownership of Ireland’s most expensive house, Walford, is still in dispute after a United States jury found it was the subject of a fraudulent transfer by bankrupt Celtic Tiger developer Sean Dunne.

Liability for the deal has fallen to Dunne’s wife Gayle Killilea, who has been ordered to pay damages of €14 million in respect of the 2013 transfer of the luxury Shrewsbury Road property.

Last Friday, in the wake of...

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