Putin’s sex-mad gymnast lover has net worth three times bigger than Mike Tyson

Vladimir Putin's sex-mad gymnast lover has a reported net worth three times bigger than that of former heavyweight world champion Mike Tyson.

Alina Kabaeva is rumoured to be the long-term secret mistress of the Russian president and is said to currently be hidden in Switzerland with her and Putin's twin daughters.

The 38-year-old is a former Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast who was once described by a photographer as being "full of sex" and she has a net worth larger than boxing great Tyson.

Kabaeva is understood to be valued at a staggering £7.6million thanks to her work as a gymnast, politician and media manager.

In contrast, two-time former heavyweight world champion Tyson has a reported net worth of just £2.3million, which is more than three times less than that of Kabaeva.

Tyson made over £300million in his boxing career but his net value is believed to have dwindled in his retirement years. 

Former gymnast Kabaeva won medals at two Olympic games during her career, which ended with retirement in 2007 and also included a doping ban in 2001.

At the age of 16 she won rhythmic gymnastics bronze in the all-around competition at the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney before winning gold four years later in the same event in Athens.

Her glittering career also featured nine world championship gold medals and a further 15 from the European championships.

Following her retirement, rumours of a relationship with Putin have repeatedly swirled, with Kabaeva admitting in 2014 that "everyone should have their own little secrets."

However, she did later add that: "I hope that someday the gossipers will calm down."

Putin has also shut down the rumours in the past, responding to one report by saying: "Those who with their snotty noses and erotic fantasies prowl into others’ lives.”

It is understood that the couple have twin daughters together, who are currently living in hiding with Kabaeva in Switzerland, where they have been since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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