Oleg Deripaska

Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska claims he does not own mansion occupied by squatters

Ukraine: Eight arrests at oligarch's London mansion after balcony protest

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Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska has said he does not even own the central London mansion that was occupied earlier by squatters.

Police responded to the scene in Belgrave Square after squatters took over the property on Monday morning.

However, a spokesman for the billionaire said the property belongs to family members and not him.

Demonstrators gained access to the property

The squatters broke into the property at around 1am on Monday and declared that it "belongs to Ukrainian refugees".

A protester tries to push away a ladder being used by police officers as they attempt to enter a building next to the mansion

Protesters seize mansion

linked to Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska in London's exclusive Belgravia neighborhood