Michael Schumacher’s wife has sold his £25m jet and holiday home after reportedly accepting that the racing driver will never fully recover.
The Formula One legend was left disabled with devastating brain injuries following a ski accident in December 2013. Insiders say there has been little progress in his rehabilitation.
Schumacher’s wife, Corinna, has been running his half-a-billion pound business empire ever since.
She decided to sell his private jet for £25m when she realised he would never fly in it again and sold off their holiday home in Norway earlier this year, knowing he would never vacation there again, according to German magazine Bunte.
Corinna is also considering selling the family’s chalet in Meribel in France – scene of the catastrophic ski accident.
Doctors say there has been little change in the 47-year-old’s condition and he is still immobile and unable to speak.
His mansion home in Switzerland has been specially adapted for him, with a team of doctors, nurses and technicians working around the clock.
Corrina is now in charge of the Schumacher ‘imperium’ which continues to generate millions even while he remains dormant. She manages the finances, the bank accounts, business advisers, lawyers and personnel.
Her new role grates on her father-in-law Rolf , who now lives in a house built into the grounds of the Gland mansion with his partner Barbara Stahl so he can be close to his son.