Greek billionaire Alki David, whose family owns Coca Cola's largest bottled water plants in Europe, was arrested at the airport on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts when his private jet discovered 5,000 cannabis plants.
David has reputation Of a "bad boy" in Hollywood, which is based, among other things, on close friendship with actor Charlie Sheen and the establishment of the FilmOn porn site, which allows free television viewing on the Internet. "He's more unexpected than I am," Shin once said.
The billionaire version is radically different from that of the authorities on the small Caribbean island where he was arrested. According to David, he came to the island to promote his new CBD company SwissX, And all the cannabis plants he brought with him are actually Hemp plants (without THC).
He also claims that he and his partner, who was arrested, also spoke to the prime minister of the small country who is expected to release medical cannabis soon before they arrive, and announced that they are bringing the plants with them.
According to him, for reasons that are not clear to him, the prime minister has chosen to 'bury them' and order their detention at the airport despite the alleged preliminary coordination.
"Our intention was to work with the authorities and farmers in the area to create thousands of jobs on the island and make it a CBD power," the statement said.
"We met with Prime Minister Timothy Harris to discuss with him the company's activity on the island. The discussions went on and on, and this led to the arrest, "they said, adding that their attorneys were already working to file a lawsuit against Prime Minister Harris and the government Saint Kitts and Nevis.
"This little dictator thinks he can get away with it," David said of the prime minister To a local newspaper After being released on bail of 30 thousand dollars and his passport confiscated. "I've never been in prison in my life, I've never had handcuffs on me. I was humiliated without doing anything wrong. "
In response, Prime Minister Harris denied all the allegations: "The government has not approved the import of cannabis plants to the island, and has not held talks with any foreign factor on the establishment of cannabis activity on the island," he said.