She also posted a photograph on Twitter of the couple's 'celebratory lunch' in London with friends David Walliams, Jimmy Carr and Vernon Kay after Mark Holyoake's defeat - but Christian stayed away.
Her property tycoon husband was photographed holding a card which read: 'Congraluations Daddy, you're a winner' after he won his case on Thursday.
Seweid even provided police with a description of the 'suspects', one of whom cops thought they spotted on video following her when she got off the subway at Grand Central Terminal, according to the New York Daily News.
He said Nick Candy, who is married to former Neighbours star Holly Valance, told him Russians debt collectors 'would not think twice' about physical violence him and his family, the court heard.
Mr Holyoake's wife would later claim the brothers would also row and alleged that Christian 'bullied' his brother Nick to the point that he once wound up 'crying in the foetal position' on a hotel room floor.
He claimed his friend had been 'assaulted by three unknown males', but was later charged among other teenagers with breaking into cars to steal their valuable contents near their home in New Hyde Park.
Seweid, who is a business major at New York's Baruch College, initially told police she was harassed by three men when she got on the No.