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The hotel is owned and managed by men connected with two organized crime groups: For example, the Bulgarian representative of an Israeli firm owned by Oren Hazan is registered at the same address as the two companies which operated the Casino Gold and and iis listed on its gambling license.
The Israeli TV alleged that Hazan's casino provided prostitutes and hard drugs to its clients. He was suspended after the allegations surfaced. The links between the politician, the hotel and the casino lie buried in a chain of companies registered in offshore tax havens. The hotel and land belong to a company named Polyusi Ltd. According to the report: Theofilov was involved in smuggling, thefts and money laundering according to the report. Reporters from Bivol searched business archives and found that Theofilov had been connected to Moren Ltd.
He sold shares he owned in a company named Universum Energy to Moren Ltd. In , Polyusi Ltd. A few months later, on Sept. Sh is owned by another Israeli, Edna Hazan. Her relationship to the others is not known, but the company M. Edna Hazan did not keep the property for long, selling it two months later on Nov. Both companies are owned by Kamchiya Beach Resort. Kamchiya is the sole owner of C Media and through another company owns 90 percent of Sunny Beach Entertainment; the final 10 percent belongs to Jerassy, the Israeli-Bulgarian lobbyist.
According to the Israeli Registrar of Companies, Hazan's firm failed to pay its registration fees as required by law. Its new owner is Yulian Organdzhiev , the Visage modeling agency manager. Back in , the commission granted a five-year gambling permit to Sunny Beach Entertainment for the Casino Gold. The gambling commission next issued a license for gambling but not a casino on July 28, to the company Inmobles, which shares the 22 Golden Horn St. Bivol contacted the law office, but attorney Simeonov was not available for comment.
According to a report by the Israeli news outlet Haaretz, Jerassi and Yehiel Hazar met several times to discuss political matters. And get our latest investigations on organized crime and corruption delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter!