Prince Charles Scammed: 'The Biggest Counterfeit Art Scandal in Royal Family History'
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Prince Charles Scammed: ‘The Biggest Counterfeit Art Scandal in Royal Family History’

A counterfeit artist scammed Prince Charles in what is now a large Royal scandal . Some background: The Dumfries House is an estate in Ayrshire, Scotland, and in 2007, Prince Charles bought the estate via a consortium he chairs. Well-known art scammer Tony Tetro now claims he painted three works that are hung in the Dumfries House. One is a reproduction of a Claude Monet waterlily painting, while another is a Picasso. The three paintings together are valued at 104 million pounds. The Prince of Wales and Andrew McLean, the curator at Mount Stuart, during a visit to Dumfries House in Ayrshire. | Colin Mearns – PA Images/PA Images via Getty Images Prince Charles is not the only Royal sibling dealing with a scandal Prince Charles isn’t the only Royal family member embroiled in scandal. Charles’ foundation’s counterfeit art pales in comparison to the claims against his brother, Prince Andrew. He’s been caught up in the Jeffery Epstein fiasco. Epstein, the now-deceased sex offender, was accused of trafficking underage girls, and authorities arrested Epstein in July 2019. According to the allegations, Epstein’s victims were trafficked to politicians and business executives. Virginia Roberts Giuffre, a victim of Epstein’s, testified that […]

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