Petra Ecclestone’s gold tycoon ex James Stunt ‘evicted from £12 million house’

Formula 1 heiress Petra Ecclestone's ex-husband has reportedly been evicted from his home in Belgravia, London.

Gold tycoon James Stunt, 38, was married to Petra from 2011 to 2017 and is the father to her three children.

Mr Stunt was declared bankrupt last year, with a judge then labelling him as "appalling".

Now, according to The Sun , Mr Stunt has been evicted from his luxury home by bailiffs.

A local resident told the paper: "James has been humiliated. First his fleet of sports cars was taken away, now this. How the mighty have fallen."

Mr Stunt once boasted a collection of over 200 cars.


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A notice on the door to the home is said to have stated that bailiffs entered the home under a High Court writ.

The house is reported to include a sun terrace, media room, steam room, wine cellar, gym, and off-street parking.

Mr Stunt was not seen at the home during the eviction, but he posted on social media on Wednesday to slam how it will leave him homeless.



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Last year, Petra slammed Mr Stunt in an explosive Instagram post.

She claimed in November 2019: "Let’s shatter the James Stunt myth. The man is not a billionaire and never was.

"Naively I funded his life for our entire marriage and paid for his cars, his watches, his art (the few real ones) even his failed company, Stunt and Co."

She went on: "James always had such a sick obsession with money and being perceived to be an independently successful billionaire.

"The trouble is he spent most of his days in bed, high on prescription drugs."

Petra is the daughter of former F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone.

The couple's divorce in 2017 saw them reach a financial settlement over their reported £5.5 billion fortune.

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