A court in Hong Kong has thrown out a feng shui master’s claim to the multi-billion dollar estate of Asia’s richest woman, Nina Wang.
Tony Chan, who said he was Nina Wang’s lover, had argued she left him her fortune in a 2006 will.
But a high court judge said the will was a fake and a 2002 will was valid which left the estate to a charitable trust run by Wang’s family.
Nina Wang’s Chinachem was worth $4.2bn at the time of her death in 2007.
The fortune had been part of an earlier dispute with her father-in-law.
High Court Judge Lam Man-hon ruled: “The court finds that the 2006 will was not signed by Nina.”
The competing 2002 document left the estate to the Chinachem Charitable Foundation, which was set up by Wang and her husband and is run by members of her family.
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