British expat, 64, is sharing her Spanish home with ‘Russian spy who booked a room on Airbnb’

A British expat living in Spain is unwillingly sharing her home with a man thought to be a Russian spy threatened by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Maria Lloyd, 64, had long rented out part of the home she shares with husband Eladio Freijo, 77, near Madrid, to hundreds of strangers via Airbnb.

But now the retired couple has a permanent guest with a chequered past.

The visitor, a mysterious character named Felipe Turover, 57, arrived at the couple’s Madrid property amid Storm Filomena in January 2021 – the city’s heaviest snowfall in decades. 

At first, Turover appeared to be a perfect guest, helping with shopping, playing with the family dog and always paying on time.

But Turover eventually stopped paying, and after running his name through Google, Maria discovered her unwanted squatter was a former KGB agent once threated with ‘liquidation’ by Putin.

Now, the Lloyd-Freijo family is claiming that the former spy is refusing to leave her home, and due to Spanish laws which make the…

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