Mansions Linked to Russian Oligarchs Occupied by Anti-War Protesters

March 16, 2022

As Russian oligarchs rush to unload assets where they park their cash, “invaders” are taking over luxurious properties in acts of anti-war protest. In France, a group broke into and occupied a mansion once owned by Putin’s daughter Katerina, and flew the Ukrainian flag from its balcony. In London, five squatters took over a $65M mansion reportedly owned by a Russian billionaire. In New Zealand, a people’s navy flying the flag of Ukraine surrounded the estate owned by another Russian oligarch.

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