- Former ‘porn club king’ Mille Markovic shot dead in Stockholm
- Found dead in a car outside his home with four bullet wounds to his head
- Serbian-Swedish gangster had a long history of criminal activity
- Claimed to have photos of King Carl XVI Gustaf with naked strippers
By Sara Malm
PUBLISHED: 07:48 EST, 24 January 2014 | UPDATED: 07:49 EST, 24 January 2014
Notorious Serbian-Swedish gangster Milo ‘Mille’ Markovic has been found dead with four bullet wounds to his head in Stockholm.
The 52-year-old was shot dead while sitting in a car outside his home in Ulvsunda, in the western part of the Swedish capital, just after 6pm last night, the engine still running.
Markovic was unofficially credited as one of the sources for the controversial 2010 biography about the King of Sweden in which the monarch was accused of attending strip clubs and having extramarital affairs.
Crime scene: Police and forensic officers investigate the car where gangster Mille Markovic was found shot dead in Stockholm
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