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Seán O’Sullivan and his wife Tish Durcan left Ireland in July 2015 bound for their native USA. 

They had, for the previous nine years, made their home in Kinsale, Co Cork.

Mr O’Sullivan was a fixture on the RTÉ programme Dragon’s Den.

They left these shores because they could get better treatment for their son who is on the autism spectrum. The couple are very comfortably wealthy.

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