No, your eyes aren't deceiving you!
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And the drama continues.
Maureen Rorech Dunkel who has bought or at least tried to buy 13 of the late Princess Diana's dresses may not be receiving 5 of them because of a default payment.
But Patricia C. Sullivan, manager of HRH Ventures who loaned Dunkel $1.5 million says they want the 5 remaining dresses since Maureen doesn't have the resources to properly care for them.
Riiiight. It has nothing to do with them being a potential gold mine later on.
Maureen, who has recently filed for bankruptcy, says the loans aren't supposed to mature until 2012.
Maybe they should just give them back to the family, since they were purchased just weeks before her death in 1997. At least then they could put it in an exhibition like many of Diana's other dresses.
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