Andrej Mangold, 35, with influencer Annika Jung, 32, has just found his dream woman. His dream of his own posh nightclub on Mallorca is probably shattered. It was only in May that the bachelor of 2019 opened the "Hello the Club" disco with a mega party on Playa de Palma together with Dutch investors. At the time, Mangold was enthusiastic, saying to RTL: "We want to be number one in Mallorca!"
Less than two months later he announced his exit, reports RTL.de. Allegedly for health reasons. But what is really behind it is now revealed by investigative reporter Felix Hutt in the RTL documentary "Drugs, red light, rockers - the criminal fight for our favorite island of Mallorca".
Even on site, investigative reporter Hutt quickly realized that "Hello the Club" isn't always posh, especially not with the security staff. So is one of the bouncers Stefan Milojevic. Milojevic is a convicted felon. According to Hutt's research, he was the leader of a dangerous rocker club - the United Tribunes of Spain. A clan that is associated with violent crime and drug trafficking in Germany.
But he is said not to have been the only employee of "Hello the Club" who was involved in dubious business. Back in Germany, Hutt confronted Andrej Mangold, who was still a club partner at the time, with the results of his research.
How Mangold reacted and whether he knew about the machinations - you can see tonight at 8:15 p.m. in "Felix Hutt investigative: drugs, red light, rockers - the criminal fight for our favorite island of Mallorca" on RTL and of course online in the RTL stream.