Peter Listerman, who also claims to have set Cristiano Ronaldo up with Irina Shayk, says he has a contract with divorcee Tatiana Akhmedov to take half of any future settlement she might receive from her marriage.
Tatiana, 41, received a £453million payout from 61-year-old Russian oligarch Farkhad Akhmedov in 2016 after the pair split in 2000 following eight years of marriage.
Akhmedov’s advisers now tell The Sun Online that Listerman's new claims cast suspicions on the motives behind Tatiana’s divorce.
Listerman told Russian journalists that not only did he introduce Farkhad Akhmedov to Tatiana, but that he negotiated a contract with her.
His claims were made during Facebook Messenger conversations, which have now been published in the Russian tabloids.
He said: "I had a contract with Tatiana that if she gets something after the divorce, she should give me half of what she gets."
A spokesman for Akhmedov said: "Mr Akhmedov and his legal team are looking closely at Mr Listerman’s claims that there was a contract, apparently relating to a divorce, in place between him and Tatiana before she was introduced to her future husband."
Akhmedov has refused to adhere to the divorce ruling, as he claims English judges were misled.
Last month a court ordered his £350million super yacht to be handed over to Tatiana.
Listerman is notorious for setting up beautiful young women with rich older men. He's previously described himself as "not a pimp, just (a) matchmaker".
In 2010 the Russian tabloid Komsomolskaya Pravda quoted Listerman as saying he set up Irina and Ronaldo after being assigned a meeting with some famous footballers.
And in 2012 he was interviewed in the Ukrainian press as he recruited women off the streets of Kiev to be added to his "database".
He claimed to have up to 30,000 women listed on the database, but only 50 to 60 of them were good enough to be offered to rich clients.
Listerman added: "I honestly don't know what to do with the rest of them."
The Sun Online has contacted Listerman for comment.
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