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Clyde Campbell: The boat and plane allegedly at the centre of the Fiat case

It wasn’t just lavish parties that Clyde Campbell is alleged to have spent big on. The Sunday Age has obtained photographs of the luxury boat and private plane at the centre of a court battle between the former car executive and Fiat Chrysler Australia.
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Court documents allege that FCA paid more than $500,000 for a “mobile floating outdoor billboard”, but the money went on a 40-foot Chris Craft boat (pictured) purchased by a company called My Alfa Romeo, which is owned by Campbell’s wife, Simone, and Crown Resorts Executive Ishan Ratnam​.

Note the little reg flag on the back – it’s an Alfa Romeo flag. That, apparently, is the “outdoor billboard” part of the deal. Court documents also allege that FCA paid $191,192.89 for “production and delivery of Alfa Romeo outdoor advertising” and a “yearly site subscription fee” to Andrew Vukosav Photography.

The writ alleges “neither [media agency] Maxus nor the applicant received services from Vukosav Photography” and Fiat Chrysler “suspects that Campbell used the money towards the purchase of a plane”.

That plane, in Alfa Romeo livery, is pictured, with photographer Andrew Vukosav.

The Sunday Age has been told Fiat Chrysler Australia is seeking to seize both assets.

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