Oil tycoon Mikhail Watford cause of death – Suicide or murder?

Oil tycoon Mikhail Watford, 66, was found hanged in the garage of his Surrey mansion. The body of Watford was found by a gardener at his home on the Wentworth Estate, according to media reports.

Police have started a test into the demise of the energy tycoon, who made his enormous fortune through oil and gas from Ukraine, prior to setting up a property organization in the United Kingdom.

The Surrey police said that a test into the “conditions of the demise is in progress yet it isn’t accepted there are any dubious conditions right now,” the Sun revealed.

A family companion let the British newspaper know that “his perspective could have been impacted by the circumstance in the Ukraine. The circumstance of his passing and the attack of Ukraine was certainly not unplanned.”

One more partner of Watford’s said: “His demise brings up issues. After every one of the dubious passings of Russian nationals and related in the UK, it is just normal there will be theory regarding this demise.”

The investor lived with his Estonian spouse Jane, 41, their two kids Michelle and Alexander-and a more seasoned child Michael from his first marriage, in a chateau on the Wentworth Estate in Surrey.

Born Mikhail Tolstosheya in 1955 in then-Soviet Ukraine but moved to the UK in the early 2000s. Watford changed his name from Tolstosheya when he arrived in Britain.
Worth mentioning here is that he was not one of the tycoons sanctioned by the UK government. Last month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson had claimed the government is drawing up a list of oligarchs who may face future curbs over their links to Vladimir Putin.

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