Krejcir’s mum asks Czech cops to investigate Paul O’Sullivan
Nadezda Krejcirova wants authorities to probe claims of blackmail, threats and false accusations.
This latest development comes as O'Sullivan faces criticism for his role in a plot to discredit South African Airways (SAA) Chairperson Dudu Myeni using fake documents.
O'Sullivan has been pursuing the Czech fugitive for several years now and the two have been embroiled in ongoing legal battles.
Eyewitness News is in possession of the official request sent by Nadezda Krejcirova's lawyers to the Czech police.
In the document, Krejcirova takes issue with the forensic consultant's comments in a Czech television report in which he warns her that he has a prison cell waiting for her in South Africa.
She also denies O'Sullivan's claims that she hired a hit man and even delivered a weapon to a contract killer.
Krejcirova wants the Czech authorities to probe claims of blackmailing, threatening, slander and false accusations.
O'Sullivan says he was in the Czech Republic last week and spoke to police.
But he's adamant that there is no investigation and this is a none-issue.