Patricia Kluge

June 23, 2011 by Post Team 

Patricia KlugePatricia Kluge, Patricia Kluge, 62-year partnership, winemaker and one-time actress adult film, reported debts with her third husband around £ 30 million, despite the sale of her farm of 300 acres in Virginia.

She conceded defeat after a year £ 10 million fire last sale of paintings, Roman statues, antique Qing dynasty, a comfortable Chippendale four-poster bed Hedingham Castle and a crystal chandelier from George III.

Settlement of the 64-karat jewelry including diamond, platinum and diamond earrings and a sapphire and diamond Cartier, not to keep it afloat.

Asked last night when all her money was gone, Ms. Kluge said simply: “That’s a long story.” Her husband, Bill Moses, said: “We spend too much, too fast.”

“It is time to talk about” what ifs, ‘”said Miss Kluge The Daily Telegraph,” or what coulda, woulda shoulda. ”

“I do not have to come to this, and we had talks agree on the table, but the banks decided this was the way forward. We are focused on the future and move forward.”

Born of an English father and Scottish mother half in Baghdad, Miss Gay married Russell Kluge, a soft p**n baron in 1970, and Jack appeared in hsi magazine as a model and columnist.

He once told The Daily Telegraph that the move from Iraq to England had been “a revelation.”

“It was very encouraging,” he said. “I had to wear gloves more. Miniskirts and boots were much more interesting.” She went on to appear in the movie ‘The Nine Acres of nudity. ”

But eventually broke away from Mr. Gay, in 1982, married John Kluge, a 66-year-old German-born billionaire U.S. television that became the richest man in America, worth $ 6 million and.

She became a fixture on the Manhattan social circuit and a £ 1,000,000 game was launched at the Waldorf-Astoria for her 40th birthday. Among the 400 guests was Frank Sinatra.

When the couple divorced in 1990, Miss Kluge earned estimated cash and 1000 million and includes her mansion, Albemarle House, along with their reasons, Charlottesville, Virginia.

She married Mr. Moses, a lawyer two years her senior. The couple founded a 775-acre vineyard near where Thomas Jefferson had tried to make wine in Virginia, Monticello, in the 18th century.

The vineyards, which produce New World wines Kluge, provider of the White House and top restaurants in New York. Their limited edition debut wine, which costs £ 300 per bottle, especially wine in a box made of hickory with purple velvet lining, which was designed by Viscount Linley, nephew of the queen.

But despite the early success and a personal investment of £ 27 million, the winery ran into difficulties due to the global financial crisis.

It was sold to Donald Trump, a friend, £ 3.7 million this year. Miss Kluge said last night that the couple planned to re-launch and manage the property tycoon.

“All that Re is focused on this to be done and then re-creation of the company with Donald and his team, the bottling of wine and re-open our channels of distribution,” said Ms. Kluge.

“Our friends around the world have been a great support and protection. And we had great support from the state governor and senators.

“They want to see Virginia become a state’s most important wine, which we will now be an old friend to help us make it happen.”

His mansion, once ready for £ 62 million, sold for just £ 9.3 million. They now live in a house nearby, more modest. “It is so small, but is much smaller than Albemarle,” said Ms. Kluge.

“We are very happy,” he said. “It’s life are not the first to go through throughout this tragedy, we see a lot of positive things that I’m a Brit -… arm is cut off and I’ll grow back.”

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