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MOVERS & SHAKERS

The snakes and ladders of society A chronicle of drama, scandal and success in London, Paris, New York and elsewhere

The Strange World of James Stunt

James Stunt attracts attention (yet again)

 

Why is life never simple for James Stunt? There’s the convoy of cars and there are legal dramas with staff; there’s the ugly house in Los Angeles and the monstrous conversion of a once beautiful home in Chelsea into an extravaganza of excess and bad taste.

 

Today, the Mail Online reported that Mr Stunt – whose brother died aged just 37 last Wednesday – had had his Mayfair offices searched after he claimed to be “the victim of a substantial theft from his international gold bullion firm Stunt and Co”.

 

34-year old Stunt, it is alleged, claims he was “betrayed by people who took advantage of his ‘hands off’ approach” and now with twelve people, aged between 23 and 56, arrested, he is set to return to London to “cooperate fully with the authorities if requested”.

 

Bernie Ecclestone, Stunt’s father-in-law, once said of him: “I told him quite upfront: ‘You are a flash b*****d’”. He was right: This man is nothing but an attention seeker.

 

 

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