The glamorous woman behind Australia’s new ‘rich boss’ – as she flaunts her wealth in a European video
Richard White, now Australia’s richest man, shares video of his glamorous girlfriend Jenna Nasser after Forrest split Did you know more? Tips@Newstimesuk.com
Richard White took the title of Australia’s richest boss last week after mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest and his wife Nicola announced their separation.
But the Wisetech co-founder is probably wasting the day he transitioned from a little-known executive to a headline-grabbing figure, given the inevitable scrutiny that comes with it.
His girlfriend Jenna Nasser has been in the spotlight for her glamorous lifestyle and love for luxury items.
Less glamorous details about Nasser’s past also emerged in 2007 after he was accused of sharing an ‘inappropriate relationship’ with an inmate while working as a criminal defense lawyer.
He recently flaunted his wealth after sharing an ‘unintentionally hilarious’ TikTok video made by his teenage daughter on his personal Facebook page, AFR’s Rear Window column reported.
Richard White’s (left) glamorous girlfriend, Jenna Nasser (right), recently shared an ‘unintentionally hilarious’ TikTok video made by her teenage daughter on her personal Facebook page.
In it, Ms Nasser mouths ABBA’s ‘Money, Money, Money’ from various locations in St Tropez while Mr White works in the background.
In it, Ms Nasser mouths the words to ABBA’s ‘Money, Money, Money’ from various locations in St Tropez, France.
In one clip, he allegedly mimes, ‘I work all night, I work all day to pay the bills I owe. Isn’t that sad?’ As the camera briefly pans to her billionaire boyfriend working on his laptop.
Ms Nasser’s Facebook page has now been locked. Her LinkedIn and Instagram accounts appear to have been deleted.
She describes herself as a ‘mother and lawyer’ on her Twitter page.
Ms Nasser worked as a criminal defense lawyer, working for members of the notorious bikie gang and Michael Ibrahim, who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in 2008 for the fatal stabbing of Robin Nasser in 2006.
He represented convicted murderer Bassam Hamzi.
In 2009, the Daily Telegraph described her as ‘the Rolex-wearing, Gucci-shoe-wearing daughter of a Lebanese developer’.
He told the newspaper that he did not understand the ‘fascination with women that bikes represent’.
But he was reportedly banned by the NSW Correctional Service from entering any state prison for up to two years in 2007.
He was banned for allegedly conducting an inappropriate relationship with an inmate.
Her boyfriend of three years took the top spot on the AFR’s richest boss list when Dr Forrest announced last Wednesday night that he was separating from his wife of 31 years, Nicola Forrest, wiping $20 billion from his personal fortune.
In one clip, Ms Nasser misses ‘I work all night, I work all day to pay the bills. Isn’t that sad?’ The camera pans briefly to her billionaire boyfriend, who is working on his laptop
WiseTech Global founder Mr White is now Australia’s richest boss ousting mining tycoon Andrew Forrest (pictured with CSIRO scientist and Genix founder Melony Sellers)
The richest executives are ranked on the Australian Stock Exchange’s list of the richest executives of the 300 largest companies based on the value of their shareholdings in the business.
WiseTech is a software company focused entirely on the logistics industry that Mr. White founded in 1994 after several other successful businesses and a brief career in a rock’n’roll band in the 20s.
The company listed on the ASX in 2016 when Mr White was 60 and made him a billionaire the following year.
White describes himself as a ‘refugee’ from the music industry who is good friends with iconic Aussie band The Angels and once worked as a guitar repairman for AC/DC’s Angus and Malcolm Young.
When his first love was music he decided the business world was better suited for him – first making money in guitar repair then moving into stage lighting.
White’s $10.5 billion stake in the Is company puts him ahead of Forrest, who, after restructuring due to a split with his wife, has a $9.2 billion shareholding in Fortescue Metals Group.
Ms Nasser deleted her Facebook and Instagram accounts
AFR’s Richest Bosses List 2023
Note that it tracks shareholdings in publicly listed companies, unlike the Rich List which tracks individual wealth.
1. Richard White – WiseTech Global $10.5 billion
2. Andrew Forrest – Fortescue Metals Group $9.2 billion
3. Alan Wilson – Rees Group $6.7 million
4. Sam Huppert – Pro Medicus $1.8 billion
5. Anthony Hall – Pro Medicus $1.7 billion
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