AartselaarOn Tuesday, the police seized a load of luxury cars, such as Lamborghini, Bentley, BMW and Mercedes, at LuxuryCarSelection on Boomsesteenweg in Aartselaar. The car company was previously discredited after a sensational wedding procession of a drug suspect in North Antwerp.
The Antwerp court is conducting an investigation into financial shoddy the sale of luxury cars at LuxuryCarSelection. The company is led on paper by Ilias VH from Zandhoven, but Nabil Z. is in practice the strong man of the company. The operators of the two establishments of LuxuryCarSelection in Aartselaar are suspected of involvement in the laundering of drug money. There are also strong suspicions of tax fraud.
The company’s website features dozens of ‘bastards’, such as Lamborghini, Porsche, Bentley or Mercedes. It is not always clear who is the real owner of those cars. It seems unlikely that LuxuryCarSelection will own all the expensive cars. The same ambiguity arose a year ago when the police raided car rental BR Cars in Wommelgem. That firm had to close its doors after the raid. Many of the cars that were then impounded were no longer claimed by the owners.
The police visited the LuxuryCarSelection site on Boomsesteeenweg as well as in the showroom on Reetsesteenweg in Aartselaar. 23 luxury cars were seized during the searches. These are cars from the brands Bentley, Lamborghini, Porsche, BMW Alpina and Mercedes-Benz.
Owner Nabil Z. responded to the police raid on Tuesday evening. He admits that sometimes a ‘shady’ customer may buy a car from him. “But also at Mediamarkt or Brico they have to deal with less pure customers”, says Nabil Z.
He denies that his company mainly sells to immigrants. He has more native Dutch than immigrant customers.
And as for wedding processions, that is all over. “I have been an anti-wedding procession since the name of my company was swept through the mud with that procession in Antwerp-North in 2016. Even my own family members can no longer get a car for a wedding procession with me.”
Nabil Z. reopens his showroom in Aartselaar on Wednesday morning and assumes that he will get his cars back in no time. “The police are using a ridiculous formality to take my cars. I solve that quickly ”, says Nabil Z.
In another action last weekend, the Antwerp police seized six cars. This was done in people known for drug offenses. The owners of the six cars still had EUR 182,883 in outstanding fines. The cars were confiscated. Three other drivers were able to pay. Together they still had an account of 11,357 to settle.
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