Lawsuit claims Mark Zuckerberg hired private detective to intimidate associate of real estate developer who sold the Facebook billionaire property for ‘discount price’ of $1.7million

  • Mark Zuckerberg locked in legal battle with developer Mircea Voskerician
  • In 2012, Voskerician declared his intention to turn one of the houses surrounding the Facebook CEO’s California home into massive estate
  • He told Zuckerberg it would have ‘a direct view into his master bedroom’ and the billionaire then bought rights to the property for $1.7m, at a ‘discount rate’ 
  • In return for the sale, developer says he was promised Silicon Valley contacts which Zuckerberg denies as he is accused of fraud and breaching a contract
  • In new court documents, Voskerician alleges that the Facebook founder hired a PI to bully his friend acting as a go-between in real estate deal

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