Australian horse racing authorities They are investigating a group that is breeding thoroughbreds after their alleged involvement in OneCoin.
According to News, Racing NSW confirmed that they are investigating Phoenix Thoroughbreds A second group, Racing Victoria, is in contact with international representatives of the company.
The allegations against Phoenix Thoroughbreds come from testimonies that indicate it The company’s owner, Amer Abdulaziz Salman, was involved in OneCoin and allegedly stole $ 161 million.
A Phoenix Thoroughbreds spokesman said The Sydney Morning Herald that they have not done anything illegal and will cooperate with the authorities. The company added that its owner “it has acted in accordance with the law at all times and will vigorously deny all allegations of misconduct. “
OneCoin, which turned out to be a $ 4 billion Ponzi program, is making its way through the courts. Recently, Konstantin Ignatov, the brother of OneCoin founder Ruja Ignatova, agreed to testify against his sister. Ignatov witnessed it Abdulaziz Salman named “money cleaner” for OneCoin money launderer Mark Scott. Last month the Mexican authorities did They found the bodies of two former OneCoin promoters.
Reports say Phoenix Thoroughbreds has been banned from competition in France due to its alleged links to OneCoin.