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Luann de Lesseps Accused of Stealing Jewelry Design

  • Luann de Lesseps Accused of Stealing Jewelry Design

    slamming the Real Housewives of New York star’s ‘Royal Heart Sweater’ necklace from her Countess Collection, for its striking resemblance to Betsey Johnson’s ‘Royal Engagement Heart’ necklace. Compare for yourself below.To get more news about jewelry designers, you can visit jewelryhunt.net official website.

    With a lack of design knowledge, it’s only natural that the Real Housewives of New York star would be forced to depend on others for inspiration.

    And this is not the first time the former Countess has been accused of fraudulent behavior. Back in July 2018, she was accused of stealing from her own family.

    As reported, the reality diva violated her divorce agreement with ex-husband, Alexandre de Lesseps, by robbing from her own children, the father and his two kids allege in a lawsuit.The former couple settled their divorce in 2009 after a 16-year marriage. She got the family’s Bridgehampton, NY, mansion in the split — but was supposed to set up a trust for their two children, Victoria and Noel de Lesseps, that would be funded with half the interest in the home. But she never did, according to court documents.

    As fans know, the Real Housewives of New York star blamed a August 2018 relapse and stint in rehab on the lawsuit filed.Tell us what you think. Is there any question that Luann de Lesseps copied Betsey Johnson’s ‘Royal Engagement Heart’ necklace? Share your thoughts below!

    On Wednesday, May 1st, after all Rosaries were completed in Mrs. Robbins' Jewelry Design class, Fr. Jared Cooke, Parochial Vicar at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, stopped by the art room to bless the Rosaries after the school Mass. Last week in Jewelry Design class, all 22 students learned to wire beads to make a Rosary. Each student chose her own beads to create a pattern or color scheme of choice.

    The Jewelry Design course introduces students to jewelry design as an art form. Students explore various materials and techniques while working on the fundamentals of design. Students learn about the history of jewelry and wearable art while creating their own original pieces. Mrs. Celeste Robbins teaches this course at St. Dominic Savio and incorporated the lesson on creating Rosaries.