Robert Eringer claims that the prince owes him an unprincely $60,000 for investigative work. But his real intention seems to be to tar Monaco's royalty with an account of sex, arms deals, and espionage. The prince's defense counsel want the case tossed on sovereign immunity grounds--and want the "scurrilous" allegations stricken.
Stanley Arkin: 'Scandalous' Complaint Against Prince of Monaco Should Be Dismissed
November 11, 2009
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