Tetra Pak heir charged with preventing his wife's burial
Scotland Yard have charged Hans Rausing, aged 49, with preventing the lawful and decent burial of the body of his wife Eva on or before July 9, 2012. Mrs Rausing's body was found at the family home in London. Mr Rausing is the heir to the Tetra Pak fortune.
Police confirm identity of woman found dead in Chelsea
Police have confirmed that a woman found dead at a property in Cadogan Place in Chelsea is Eva Rausing - one of the richest women in Britain. A man arrested by police in connection with their investigation has been taken to a 'medical facility'. For more on this story click here.
"A post mortem today at Westminster Mortuary did not establish a formal cause of death and we await the results of further tests.The man is no longer at a police station, but is currently receiving medical attention.
"Officers from the Homicide and Serious Crime Command are investigating, and the death continues to be treated at this time as unexplained. The man is at a "medical facility.".
One of the richest women in Britain has been found dead in West London
Police are questioning a man tonight about the death of a woman believed to be Eva Rausing - a member of the family behind the Tetra Pak drinks. Scotland Yard say a body was found in Cadogan Place, Chelsea yesterday after a 49 year old man was arrested on suspicion of drugs possession.