Jenna Nasser, girlfriend of WiseTech billionaire Richard White, flaunts his wealth in a video as he tops the list of Australia’s richest bosses following his wife Twiggy Forrest’s split
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The glamorous lover of Australia’s new ‘rich boss’ flaunts her wealth in an eye-popping video – lip-syncing to ABBA’s hit ‘Money, Money, Money’.
Jenna Nasser, girlfriend of WiseTech billionaire Richard White, shared the music video – originally filmed by her teenage daughter Eliza for TikTok – on her Facebook page, but the video was quickly deleted.
Mr White took the Australian Financial Review’s ‘Australia’s Richest Boss’ title from mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest when he announced his separation from wife Nicola.
In the video, Ms Nasser and a woman who sources say are her nanny and her tattooed lover are seen bobbing with the 1976 chart topper from various locations around the high-flying French Riviera city of St-Tropez.
At one point, she is seen pretending to sing the line ‘In my dreams, I have a plan’ in the back seat of a luxury car, as Mr White gets into the car next to her.
The young nanny then mouthed the next lines of the song: ‘If I got me a rich man, I wouldn’t have to work at all I’d fool around.’
Richard White’s glamorous girlfriend, Jenna Nasser (pictured together) shared a TikTok video made by her teenage daughter on her personal Facebook page.
Elsewhere in the clip, Ms Nasser can be seen in the back of a luxury car – with her billionaire boyfriend (pictured).
At another point in the video, Ms Nasser mimics the lyrics ‘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 hard at work on his laptop.
Ms Nasser, a criminal lawyer once described by the Daily Telegraph as ‘the Rolex-wearing, Gucci-shoe-wearing daughter of a Lebanese developer’, has now locked her Facebook page.
Her LinkedIn and Instagram accounts appear to have been deleted. She continues to describe herself as a ‘mother and lawyer’ on her Twitter page.
It was revealed earlier this week that Ms Nasser was accused of sharing an ‘inappropriate relationship’ with an inmate in 2007 while she worked as a criminal defense lawyer.
At the time, he was banned from entering any prison in NSW for up to two years by the State Correctional Service.
During her career, Ms. Nasser represented alleged 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.
In the clip, Ms Nasser (pictured left) can be seen lip-syncing to ABBA’s ‘Money, Money, Money’ from various locations in St Tropez
Ms Nasser’s daughter made the video, which was later uploaded to Tik Tok and Facebook. Photo: A young couple who sources say are her nanny and boyfriend
He represented convicted murderer Bassam Hamzi.
Mr White topped the AFR’s list of richest bosses after Forrest announced last Wednesday night that he was separating from his wife Nicola Forrest, wiping $20 billion from his personal fortune.
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.
Mr White’s $10.5 billion stake in the Ease company puts him ahead of Forrest, who now holds a $9.2 billion stake in Fortescue Metals Group.
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.
Mr White is a self-described music industry ‘refugee’ 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.
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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