By Lydia Catling For Mailonline
Published: 15:05 BST, 7 May 2020 | Updated: 10:10 BST, 8 May 2020
Saskia Pot, 28, hit her father Wiet Pot, former COO and partner of Goldman Sachs International at her £2.6 million mansion in Richmond, London, on Sunday
The daughter of a multi-millionaire investment banker hit her father in self-defence in one of the multiple homes she claims she owns, a court heard.
Saskia Pot, 28, hit her father Wiet Pot, former COO and partner of Goldman Sachs International, at the £2.6million mansion in Richmond, London, on Sunday.
The daughter of the Dutch businessman, who was also CEO of trading firm IMC and has an estimated net worth of one billion euros, appeared from HMP Bronzefield, Middlesex, via videolink at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court to deny the assault charge.
District Judge Timothy Godfrey said Saskia's mother, psychiatrist Carien Pot-Mees, had made a statement to the court indicating she was 'scared' of her daughter.
He asked Saskia: 'On what basis do you deny the charge? There are statements from your father and mother indicating they saw you assault your