She Did It
Several months ago I wrote about this foreign born A- list mostly movie actress who read one of the blind reveals and was compelled to act on what she knew.
She had the advantage because she had been inside the place that all the records were kept.
She needed a reason to get back in there, but it didn’t seem possible she would be able to get back in the way she did back in the day.
At that point in time, she got in through her relationship with the secret keeper. It was a worldwide known relationship.
After what happened last time and the hoops he went through to get his relationship back on track, the possibility seemed slim it could happen like that again.
She was wrong.
He took the bait.
He jumped at the bait and the fact she managed to get someone very close to her come in to the deal, made him anxious to do whatever he could to make it happen.
She says she and her friend went to his place and there was no cloak or dagger thing involved.
She knew where everything was, so when she went for some water and he was still heavily involved with her friend, she grabbed what she needed and threw it in her bag.
Several hours later, she and her friend were on their way out of the house with the papers.
Her big question now is what to do with the papers.
She still has them and he has no idea.
Honestly, I am not sure he even knew what they were.
She only knew about them because she has an interest in history and had seen them before.
It was not until she read the reveal that it all clicked together for her.
Her affair with married Balthazar Getty
Who was John Paul Getty III, when was he kidnapped and what is All The Money In The World about?
JOHN Paul Getty III was the grandson of one of the richest men to ever walk the planet, John Paul Getty.
Here’s all you need to know about his kidnapping and the movie about it, All The Money In The World.
John Paul Getty III was the eldest of four children of John Paul Getty Jr. and Abigail Harris.
He was the grandson of oil tycoon and one time richest man in history John Paul Getty.
Known as Paul to family members after being born in Minneapolis in 1956 he grew up mainly in Italy where his dad headed the Italian wing of the family empire.
His parents split when he was eight and his dad moved away after hooking up with a model but Paul stayed with his mum in Rome.
During his teens he was expelled from school, frequented nightclubs and took part in left wing demos.
Aged just 16 he was kidnapped in Italy.
Previously toying with the idea of staging a kidnapping to extract funds from his rich grandfather, J. Paul Getty, when a ransom note was received for $17 million (£11.9 million) some family members thought it a ploy.
But months dragged on and his captors cut off his ear and mailed it, along with a piece of his hair, to newspapers, reissuing their demands.
Despite being one of the richest men in the world J. Paul Getty’s infamously refused to pay up.
Eventually, after declining treatment and health, another issue was made for $3.2 million (£3.3 million).
He eventually negotiated his release for $2.9 million (£2 million), and paid $2.2 million (£1.5 million) – the maximum tax deductible amount – and loaned his son the rest at four percent interest.
Following his release his life was plagued with addiction problems and he suffered a stroke which left him quadriplegic, partially blind and unable to speak.
He was severely handicapped for the rest of his life and cared for by his mother, Abigail Harris, until his death in 2011 aged 54. – Source