A Romanian cleaner and her son have appeared in court after being charged with the £50million burglary at Tamara Ecclestone’s Kensington home. Maria Mester, 47, and her son Emil-Bogdan Savastru, 29, are accused of being involved in the raid at Ms Ecclestone’s £70million gated mansion on Billionaire’s row. Among the items allegedly stolen from the 57-bedroom home are a £300,000 pair of rare 18-carat diamond earrings and a Louis Vuitton bag. A mother and son will appear in court charged with the £50million burglary at Tamara Ecclestone’s 57-room Kensington home. Pictured: The F1 heiress enjoying a winter break in Gstaad, Switzerland, alongside her husband and daughter Ms Ecclestone, the daughter of ex-Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone, had left the country with her husband Jay Rutland for a three-week Christmas holiday the day their home was raided, it was said. Mester, who lives in Italy, and her son Savastru, who lives in Tower Hamlets, east London, appeared together in the dock at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today. Prosecutor Simon Arloff said: ‘On December 13, a group of individuals entered the residence of Tamara Ecclestone and her partner. They stole property to the estimated value of £50million. ‘The property in question was currency, jewellery… Read full this story
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