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Polish ‘call girl’ accused of conning lover out of £4m found dead

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A Polish “call girl” accused of conning her banker lover out of a massive chunk of his £18 million estate by his brother in a bitter High Court fight has been found dead. Nightclub boss Magdalena Zalinska was being sued by Edi Truell over claims she got £4 million from Danny Truell by “undue influence” before he died in 2019 aged 55.

The 44-year-old’s body was found at her flat in Clapham, South London, after police officers broke down the door.

Neighbours of Ms Zalinska had approached the officers who had been on a routine patrol as they were concerned about her welfare.

MailOnline reports that police are not treating the death of the divorced mother-of-two as suspicious, but unexpected. 

She was at the centre of a bitter fight with the family of millionaire former Goldman Sachs banker Danny Truell, after his death from a neurological condition.

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