Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has not been arrested in the United States, according to his press secretary John Mann.
Twitter is alive with claims that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has been arrested by the FBI in the United States. His spokesman has now denied the story, but it's still the top trending topic in the UK.
A High Court judge will rule today on a multibillion-pound legal battle between Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky and Roman Abramovich Football Club owner Roman Abramovich.
Mr Berezovsky, 66, claimed more than £3 billion damages at a High Court trial after accusing the 45-year-old Russian billionaire businessman of blackmail, breach of trust and breach of contract.
Mr Abramovich denied the allegations and denied that Mr Berezovsky was entitled to damages.Mr Berezovsky told the trial, which started in London last October and ended in January, that Mr Abramovich "intimidated" him into selling shares in a Russian oil company at a fraction of their value.