‘Like Achraf Hakimi, my assets are protected’ – Israel Adesanya speaks after breakup with Charlotte Powdrell
UFC middleweight Champion, Israel Adesanya, has insisted that just like Paris Saint-Germain right-back Achraf Hakimi, his assets are protected.
Recall that Hakimi is in the middle of divorce proceedings with Spanish actress Hiba Abouk.
The Morocco international transferred all his wealth to his mother, meaning Abouk would not be entitled to any of the footballer’s fortunes the way he handled his divorce from her.
However, Adesanya currently finds himself in a similar situation.
The 33-year-old Nigerian-born fighter recently broke up with ex-girlfriend Charlotte Powdrell, who has now taken him to court.
Powdrell claimed that her relationship with Adesanya was long enough to warrant her access to a portion of his assets.
But Adesanya has now revealed that his assets are secured.
“Very relatable… Imagine being so fu*ken entitled that you think you deserve what a man has worked his whole life for,” Adesanya said in an Instagram story (as quoted by Essentially Sports).
“When you came into his life with nothing and tried to leave with millions. But like Achraf Hakimi, my assets are protected. I woulda taken half her sh*t too but I don’t want half of NOTHING.”
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