Neil Heywood Death
Published: April 29, 2012
Neil Heywood Death, The company’s boss, Giles Hall, found himself being offered potential contracts worth millions and started by supplying a single balloon for the city of Dalian, where Mrs Gu’s husband, Bo Xilai, was then serving as mayor, in a deal worth £600,000.
Throughout their dealings, however, Mrs Gu gave her name as Horus Kai, a name she used for her business transactions in the U.S. and Britain for more than 20 years.
Further evidence of Neil Heywood’s strong links with Gu Kailai has emerged, of all places, in an Edwardian mansion block where Princess Diana, right, once lived.
A £1.5million apartment in Coleherne Court, a block of more than 200 properties on the border of Earl’s Court and South Kensington in London, is reportedly owned by Mrs Gu.
According to The Sunday Times, neighbours say Harrow-educated Mr Heywood acted as keyholder for the two-bedroom flat on her behalf.
Reports that Mrs Gu had become Mr Heywood’s mistress have been denied, but their involvement together at Coleherne Court will fuel speculation about just how far their business dealings went.
It has been alleged that Mrs Gu ordered the murder of Mr Heywood because he was threatening to reveal her overseas dealings, which involved her trying to move large amounts of money out of China through him.
Princess Diana lived at Coleherne Court before marrying Prince Charles.
She ran a firm called the Law Office of Horus L Kai, which had offices in Beijing and Shanghai, giving advice to clients looking to deal with China.
It was only after a trip to Dalian that Mr Hall says he discovered her true identity.
He said his suspicions were aroused when money began coming out of different accounts, including Mrs Gu’s personal one.
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