Didn’t he see the other driver coming? TV psychic claims £150,000 compensation after car crash ‘made him lose his fortune-telling powers’
- Maurice Amdur, 56, is suing insurers of driver Ilya Krylov after 2015 crash
- He claims crash left him in too much pain to concentrate enough to tell future
- Insurers admit liability but say Mr Amdur is ‘fundamentally dishonest’
A TV psychic is claiming £150,000 in compensation after a car crash allegedly made him lose his fortune-telling powers.
Maurice Amdur, 56, is suing the insurers of driver Ilya Kyrlov after he rear-ended the mystic at Marble Arch roundabout in central London in January 2015.
While the insurers admit liability for the crash they claim that Mr Amdur, who predicted the futures of This Morning’s Phillip Schofield and Fern Britton in 2009, is ‘fundamentally dishonest’.
Maurice Amdur (pictured), 56, is suing the insurers of driver Ilya Kyrlov after he rear-ended the mystic at Marble Arch roundabout in central London in January 2015
They say that Mr Amdur has exaggerated his injuries after the crash and his claims about lost earnings are ‘not credible’, according to The Sun.
Mr Amdur said he wasn’t able to lift a kettle for two weeks after he was hit in his Jaguar XJR convertible.
He added that he was in so much pain that for years he was unable to concentrate enough to predict the future.
And went on to tell Central London county court that he temporarily lose the use of his arms.
The case continues.
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