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Not Feeling Shamed, Teodorin Obiang Flaunts Even After France Sentenced And Confiscated Assets

The VP of the oil-rich nation paraded his extravagant way of life on an Instagram Live video seven days after his sentence in absentia. He flew in a private fly and traveled to an obscure water slide.

He was indicted for stealing a huge number of dollars from his administration and hiding returns in France. The Paris court additionally confiscated his assets in France esteemed at over $115 million.

The 47-year-old pillaged society finances between 2004-11 when he was Minister under his dad Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, who has been in control since 1979.

The country failed to stop the Paris court from trying him in the case that was opened in January this year.

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Other countries including the United States, The Netherlands and Switzerland have seized millions of dollars of his property believed to have been acquired with state funds.

Obiang handed over $30m worth of properties to U.S. officials including a large villa in Malibu, California, and a dozen luxury cars, but kept his $38 million private jet and Michael Jackson memorabilia.

His 76-metre yacht, $200 million mansion in Paris, $2.8 million Swedish-manufactured vehicle and a $2 million Bugatti Veyron were all seized in Europe

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