Case of PIP implants: the villa Jean-Claude Mas seized by justice

 The villa of the former CEO of PIP, Jean-Claude Mas was seized by the court. Sentenced to four years in prison, a fine of € 75,000 and a permanent ban from practicing in the medical field or to start a business, Jean-Claude Mas, the "sorcerer's apprentice" of PIP implants did not end with the law. Supported Component financial of the investigation on the company Jean-Claude Mas, founder of Poly Implant Prosthesis, according Var Matin . Challenged by Jean-Claude Mas and his ex-girlfriend, court of Appeal of Aix en Provence, this seizure was confirmed. Investigators are questioning the origin of the funds used to finance the beautiful property, located on the heights of Six-Fours-les-Plages (Var). A complex financing package through Luxembourg attract their attention. This is the first time that justice be a freeze on the issue of PIP breast implants. In October 2010, the court had prevented the sale of the villa, then estimated at over one million euros. This entry will not be used to compensate victims. Rather, it is to freeze property acquired with the proceeds of an offense. Legal information is open to "abuse of social goods, money fraud and tax evasion, concealment of proceeds of crime, bankruptcy concealment." The villa where Jean-Claude Mas and his family lives could be permanently confiscated only after a court conviction Read more