Tuesday December 10, 2019

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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