Anne makes no claim over former conman lover’s gifts
New York: Actress Anne Hathaway has made no claim over the gifts she received from her ex-boyfriend/scam-artist Raffaello Follieri.
The stunner, 27, had until February to file a petition asserting ownership of her gifts from con man Follieri, but neither she nor any other "third parties" have staked a claim, prosecutors claimed.
In August 20008, the actress coughed up a dozen luxury items after Follieri was busted on charges of ripping off some 13 million dollars from investors.
The items include two Rolex watches, a pair of silver-colored earrings with "blue and clear stones," a silver-colored chain with a cross pendant, two gold-colored rings, a five-strand pearl necklace and a Louis Vuitton box.
The goods will soon be auctioned off to repay Follieri`s victims, including supermarket magnate and Bill Clinton pal Ron Burkle.
Prosecutors are waiting for a final forfeiture order to take official ownership of Hathaway’s former accessories, reports the New York Post.
Manhattan federal Judge John Koeltl said he would issue a final forfeiture order if no objections are filed by May 26.