Actor Danny Boon was conned out of €6.7 million by a bogus businessman after offering him a 3.25 per cent investment in Ireland without paying tax.

Actor Danny Boon was conned out of €6.7 million by a bogus businessman after offering him a 3.25 per cent investment in Ireland without paying tax.

According to information released by the Irish Examiner Our colleagues from Capital, Danny Boon is currently suing Thierry Fialek-Birles and several companies he owns for various multi-million euro scams. This man of many nicknames is known as Terry Birles. He owns several companies that he controls or is a beneficiary of.

According to our colleagues and the complaint filed by the French actor, he would have received more than 6.7 million euros in relief for the period from April to July 2021.

The Welcome to the Chitties actor reportedly approached the fake Irish lord in 2021 when he was looking for a company to undertake repairs and various services on his yacht.

According to the complaint, the alleged fraudster would use various companies and several “pseudonyms” to make Danny Boone appear serious.

A bond of trust thus established, Terry Birles would advise him to work with another company, South Seas Merchant Mariners Limited Partnership (SSMM).

Again, to prove the seriousness of the proposition, the scoundrel assured the actor that his family was behind the establishment of the company.

According to the French star’s lawyer, the Irishman would have instructed Danny Boon in July 2021 to invest in a scheme affiliated with the Irish Central Bank, which would have allowed him to earn 3.25% annual interest tax-free. Danny Boon would have injected no less than €4.5 million.

This is a total of 6.7 million euros after the start of the financial relationship between the 2 men.

For their part, our colleagues from Télé Loisirs believe so Danny Boon’s net worth is currently estimated at 26 million euros.

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