Miranda Kerr Returns Jewelry from Money Laundering in Malaysia

Modelo received gifts from Jho Low, investigated by the US Department of Justice

RIO – It’s not just around here that the terms “jewelry” and “money laundering” are making headlines in the press.According to the international news agency Reuters, Australian model Miranda Kerr returned about $ 8 million in jewelry to the US Department of Justice for being part of a money laundering scheme in Malaysia according to educationvv.

Miranda, considered one of the most well-paid models in the world, won the pieces of the businessman Jho Low, with whom he had a relationship at the time.He is being investigated for being involved in a misappropriation scheme of a Malaysian state fund created in 2009 by Prime Minister Najib Razak and would have bought the pieces with illegal money.
Miranda is not charged with any crime and, according to her agents, cooperated fully with the investigators at all times.
“The transfer of Mrs. Kerr’s (located safe) jewelry in Los Angeles to government agents was completed last Friday afternoon,” the model spokeswoman said in a statement.
The 34-year-old Australian is married to Snapchat’s founder, Evan Spiegel.She has a 6-year-old son, Flynn, as a result of her relationship with actor Orlando Bloom.

Also contributing to the investigation is Leonardo DiCaprio , who received gifts bought with deviant money.A few days ago, he returned an Oscar won by Marlon Brando and other unidentified items.According to him, all were for a charity auction were originated as people linked to the target research fund.