Tetra Pak billionaire Hans Rausing's second wife orders the demolition of the ...

Tetra Pak billionaire Hans Rausing and his second wife rebuild the £20m Barbados estate he bought with first wife Eva who died in drugs binge in 2012 Eva Rausing - who died of an drug overdose in 2012 - adored dazzling 11-bedroom mansion Greensleeves But Mr Rausing's second wife Julia Delves Broughton, 58, has ordered the house to be razed to the ground  Some of Eva's friends believe that Ms Delves Broughton is wiping ‘last remaining piece' of Eva from the island 

By Charlotte Griffiths for The Mail on Sunday and Jemma Carr For Mailonline

Published: 22:06 GMT, 1 February 2020 | Updated: 13:15 GMT, 2 February 2020

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The second wife of Tetra Pak billionaire Hans Rausing has demolished his ex-wife's £20 million Barbados villa.

Eva Rausing - who died of an drug overdose in 2012 - adored luxury villa Greensleeves, a dazzling 11-bedroom mansion that hosted wild parties lasting several days.

But Mr Rausing's second wife Julia Delves Broughton, 58, has ordered the house to be razed to the ground after sources said she has been reluctant to visit since the in 2014.

Julia Delves Broughton - the new wife of Tetra Pak billionaire Hans Rausing - has demolished his ex-wife's £20 million Barbados villa

Some of Eva's friends believe that Ms Delves Broughton is wiping out Eva’s memory and the ‘last remaining piece of her’ from the island. Pictured: Eva with Mr Rausing in 2003

Julia Delves Broughton (left) - the new wife of Tetra Pak billionaire Hans Rausing - has demolished his ex-wife's £20 million Barbados villa. Right: Eva Rausing with Mr Rausing in 2003

Eva Rausing - who died of an drug overdose in 2012 - adored luxury villa Greensleeves (pictured), a dazzling 11-bedroom mansion that hosted wild parties lasting several days

Eva Rausing - who died of an drug overdose in 2012 - adored luxury villa Greensleeves (pictured), a dazzling 11-bedroom mansion that hosted wild parties lasting several days

It’s suggested that the demolition of the villa (pictured) is part of a compromise, with Ms Delves Broughton agreeing to visit Barbados - something Mr Rausing, 56, is keen to do - once it has been almost entirely rebuilt

It’s suggested that the demolition of the villa (pictured) is part of a compromise, with Ms Delves Broughton agreeing to visit Barbados - something Mr Rausing, 56, is keen to do - once it has been almost entirely rebuilt

Mr Rausing, who like his late wife was a drug addict at the time, failed to report Eva's death for two months

Mr Rausing, who like his late wife was a drug addict at the time, failed to report Eva's death for two months

It’s suggested that the demolition is part of a compromise, with Ms Delves Broughton agreeing to visit Barbados - something Mr Rausing, 56, is keen to do - once it has been almost entirely rebuilt.

Some of Eva's friends believe that Ms Delves Broughton is wiping out Eva’s memory and the ‘last remaining piece of her’ from the island. 

History of Tetra Pak 

1951 - Tetra Pak is established in Lund Sweden, by inventor Ruben Rausing

1953 - The triangle shaped carton becomes increasingly common in Sweden, used for cream 

1957 One-litre cartons are created for milk in Sweden

1960 -  A production plant for packaging is started up in Mexico, the first outside of Sweden - producing around one billion cartons annually   

1961 - A machine is created to for filling bacteria-free milk into cartons, the first step towards UHT long life milk 

 1983 - Dr. Ruben Rausing, inventor of Tetra Pak dies

1961 - present - The company sees worldwide growth with

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