Sarvar Ismailov: Ex-Everton director charged with assault

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By Daniel Sandford
BBC News

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Sarvar Ismailov (left) pictured with Everton proprietor Farhad Moshiri

A erstwhile Everton FC director, who resigned earlier this month, has appeared successful tribunal charged with grievous bodily harm (GBH).

Sarvar Ismailov, 25, nephew of Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov, is accused of assaulting Edmond Krasniqi astatine a level successful Hyde Park Gate, London, connected 11 June.

Mr Ismailov, who joined the Everton committee successful July, stood down connected 2 November for "personal and wellness reasons".

He was besides the sporting and commercialized manager of Everton's women's team.

Mr Ismailov's older member Sanjar Ismailov has besides been charged with causing GBH to Mr Krasniqi.

Sanjar Ismailov, 34, is further accused of assaulting a exemplary called Astrid Fajcsi and causing her really bodily harm connected the aforesaid time successful June astatine the aforesaid Kensington flat, and causing transgression harm to her iPhone and a diamond bracelet worthy implicit £5,000.

The brothers, and 40-year-old Malik Bilal from Slough who besides faces a GBH charge, appeared by video-link astatine Westminster Magistrates' Court.

The territory justice adjourned the lawsuit to 15 December.

Educated astatine Millfield School successful Somerset and Regent's University, Sanjar Ismailov did an MBA astatine Oxford University.

Sarvar Ismailov went to Leighton Park School successful Reading and City University successful London.

Their uncle Alisher Usmanov is 1 of the wealthiest men successful Russia, having made billions of dollars with his mining and telecom interests.

Although helium does not ain Everton FC, helium has beardown commercialized ties to the club.

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