Al Fayed questioned the circumstances of the 1997 fatal crash.
September 1, 2023, 5:54 p.m.
Mohamed Al Fayed, the wealthy Egyptian businessman whose son Dodi was killed in a car crash with Princess Diana 26 years ago, has died aged 94.
British football club Fulham FC, which Al Fayed owned from 1997 to 2013, announced his death on its website by current team owner Shahid Khan.
“I have always enjoyed my time with Mr Al Fayed, who was wise, colorful and committed to Fulham, and I will be eternally grateful to him for his faith in me to succeed him as chairman in 2013,” Khan said in a statement. a statement.
Al Fayed gained notoriety in the international business world through several major purchases, including Harrods and the Ritz Hotel in Paris.
After his son’s death in 1997, Al Fayed openly questioned the circumstances and encouraged plots for which the British government and royal family were responsible. Investigations into the accident refuted his conspiracies.
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