The SULTAN OF BRUNEI has offered to take care of movie icon Zsa Zsa Gabor's tax problems, according to the reclusive actress' husband.
Frederic Prinz von Anhalt claims the world's richest man is a big fan of Gabor's and called to offer his support when he heard the star had hit tough times financially.
Reports suggest Gabor is broke and owes tax officials in America $118, 000 (GBP73,750).
Insiders claim her fortune was badly hit by convicted financial scam artist Bernie Madoff - she was one of his clients.
Von Anhalt admits his wife lost "a lot" but insists, "She's not in danger. She's not going to lose her house. She will not be on the street."
He was, however, thrilled when the Sultan got in touch after reading the story: "He offered to help financially in any way."
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