James Stunt Net Worth
James Stunt Net Worth: James Stunt is a British businessman who has a net worth of $20 million. James Stunt is famous for investments in the gaming industry, the trans-Atlantic shipping industry, mining investments and, most importantly, his former marriage to F1 heiress Petra Ecclestone. Though he is known to be intensely private and has never granted an interview, James Stunt made international headlines when he married Petra Ecclestone, a daughter of the Formula 1 Billionaire Bernie Ecclestone, in 2011. They married in a lavish Italian ceremony that reportedly cost more than $15 million. The wedding took place in Odescalchi Castle, Rome, Italy in August 2011. When not in London, the couple lived in the Spelling Manor in Holmby Hills. For a time, their $85 million purchase of the house was one of the most expensive private real estate transactions in US history. Petra listed the house for sale in 2014 for $150 million but did not ultimately find a buyer. She listed the house again in 2018 for $200 million, again not finding a buyer. Petra already came to the marriage with a $90 million home in London.
James Stunt is an avid wine collector and at one point owned a valuable collection of sports cars. His car collection reportedly included five Rolls Royces, three Lamborghinis, two Mercedes Gullwings, and a vintage Ferrari 250 LM, among others. Furthermore, he was a passionate collector of Old Master Paintings and of Modern Art. His former collection included pieces from such artists as Sir Peter Lely, Monet, Sir Godfrey Kneller, Picasso and Degas.
James and Petra divorced in 2017. The had three children together. In late-January 2019, Stunt was sued by his former father-in-law Bernie for an unpaid debt of $100,000 related to a gold coin business. Stunt was also sued by the landlord of his business office for failing to pay rent.
James Stunt Bankruptcy: In June 2019 James was declared bankrupt and "appalling" by a British court. At the time Stunt was reportedly facing more than $6 million in immediate debts and was forced to agree to sell assets including artwork. Other court documents claimed that his debts totaled $18 million. He reportedly owes money to a law firm, his former bodyguards and a gambling firm. His legal team claimed that Stunt was "very, very, rich" but could not access his funds due to a police investigation. The bankruptcy court ordered him out of his $14 million mansion and removed access to his fleet of vehicles.
|Net Worth:||$20 Million|