Shrien Dewani's Bristol home vandalised post return to UK

 Shrien Dewani's family home in Westbury was vandalised a day after the British millionaire businessman's return from South Africa following his acquittal in honeymoon murder trial.

London: Shrien Dewani's family home in Westbury was vandalised a day after the British millionaire businessman's return from South Africa following his acquittal in honeymoon murder trial.

According to Daily Star, the driveway leading up to the millionaire businessman's Bristol home was covered in white paint.

However, it remains unclear whether the Indian origin Bristol businessman was home at the time of the attack on his property.

Dewani, 34, who was accused of murdering his wife Anni on their honeymoon in South Africa, is reportedly set to make good money by making appearances on TV shows as producers and publishers look forward to sign him up for exclusive interviews.

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