$ 250,000 scam: Prince Frédéric robbed by prostitutes

$ 250,000 scam: Prince Frédéric robbed by prostitutes

$ 250,000 watch gone

Prince Frédéric robbed by prostitutes

Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt, who lives in Los Angeles, has fallen victim to a crime. Apparently a prostitute stole an extremely expensive diamond watch from him. Now the 77-year-old is offering a reward for those who bring back their exclusive piece of jewelry.

Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt has suffered a serious setback, and it has nothing to do with his candidacy for governor of California. Rather, he has apparently got involved in a shepherd’s hour with a woman who is said to have relieved him of a valuable piece of jewelry.

The 77-year-old, who has lived alone in Los Angeles since the death of his wife Zsa Zsa Gabor, recently reported on Instagram: “A prostitute stole my $ 250,000 diamond watch. I want it back. There is a great reward.” When asked by the magazine “Bunte”, von Anhalt then explained the events more specifically.

He is said to have met the lady while driving through his adopted home. “I wanted to turn it on and put my hand on the steering wheel, turned on the interior light in the car so that my watch shines and you can see the diamonds nicely. We were both in the car and then pulled over. She offered me to hire me for To rub 2000 dollars through. And then we’ll just go to my house, “he says. The prince is silent about what exactly happened in his villa. However, he hid the watch from the luxury label Gucci in his shoe when he took a shower. “I didn’t think it was going to work,” he says and adds: “I just wanted to have a little fun in between! I’m all alone.”

However, it is not the first watch that Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt has lost. Among other things, he once left a similarly exclusive piece on a washbasin in a public space. And in August 2018, he was attacked with a knife and injured while walking. These four robbers were also targeting his $ 28,000 watch. In the current case, the prince has now filed a complaint. However, it is still questionable whether the watch will find its way back to him.

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