Unconfirmed reports: Westley Capper dies of Covid-19

Westley Capper was charged with serious crimes in Spain but escaped jail twice. Image: Wikimedia

Expat millionaire’s son Westley Capper has died from Covid-19 complications in Marbella, according to unconfirmed reports and the Marbella rumour mill.
According to unconfirmed reports, Westley Capper, son of British millionaire John Capper, died yesterday, July 26, in a Marbella hospital from complications caused by Covid-19.
So far, there has been no word from his family.
Capper escaped jail in Spain in 2020 despite confessing to the hit-and-run zebra crossing killing of a mother-of-three in his father’s high-powered Bentley while high on drink and drugs.
Tried in 2019 for kidnapping a missing waitress outside a Costa del Sol nightclub, he was handed a suspended two-year jail sentence after admitting to Fatima Dorado’s manslaughter.
The mother-of-three died in hospital shortly after being hit on a zebra crossing in San Pedro de Alcantara near Marbella on May 9, 2016.
Judge Ignacio Navas Hidalgo said he could remain a free man as long as he stayed out of trouble for the next three years and attended a road safety education course.
Essex-born Capper, whose wealthy father John made his fortune from real estate, was able to avoid prison after striking a deal with prosecutors following a ‘blood money’ compensation pay out to the victim’s family.
The Brit expat also avoided jail seven months after being cleared of kidnapping Agnese Klavina from a nightclub in Puerto Banus in September 2014.

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    • Paul Wiliams

      27 July 2021 • 17:50

      Never heard of him but it sounds like he got what he deserved.


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