A source in Southwak Criminal Court in south London told the Lusa News Agency today that a conviction had been filed at a trial last Friday and that the sentence was scheduled for July 28.
Angela Gulpenkian, 38, of Germany, was charged with திரு 1,061,484 (approximately 24 1.24 million at current exchange rates) and பவு 50,000 (ட்ட 58,000) for stealing from Art Incorporated Ltd, owned by consultant Matthew Dickolt.
The two may have paid Angela Gulpenkian, who married Duarte Gulpenkian, the son – in – law of the Armenian businessman Caloste Gulpenkian, to mediate the purchase of a sculpture by Japanese artist Yoyoi Kusama entitled “Yellow Pumpkin.”
In December, the Supreme Court of Portugal (SDJ) approved that Angela Gulpenkian should have been released in November, before being extradited to England from Interpol.
At the time, Angela Gulpenkian’s lawyer told the Lusa News Agency that she had received a Supreme Court ruling on a `habeas corpus’ (demand for immediate release) petition, in which Angela Gulpenkian’s High Court recognizes that maintaining the prison is illegal. November, when he was deemed to have been released, had a European arrest warrant (EAW) against him, which expired on that date.
On June 17 last year, Lusa announced that Angela Gulpenkian, an art broker and collector, had been detained by the Judicial Police (PJ) in accordance with an MDE issued by the United Kingdom, and the Lisbon Court of Appeal (DRL) decided to remand her in custody until she was remanded in custody. have to do.
At the time, PJ noted that it was a 38-year-old woman, “a businessman in the works of art, suspected of committing fraud worth thousands of euros”, a resident of the Lisbon region.
In February 2020, a British court issued an arrest warrant against an art broker and collector accused of fraudulently misusing the name of the Coloste Gulpenkian Foundation.
Southwark State Court has issued a warrant for Angela Gulpenkian for missing a court hearing.
On June 26, 2019, Westminster Magistrates’ Court issued another memorandum of understanding against Angela Gulpenkian, accused of embezzling money to buy a sculpture of Yoyoi Kusama.
The European Arrest Warrant (EAW) is a simple cross-border judicial procedure for surrender for the purpose of prosecuting or enforcing a sentence or a security measure that deprives you of liberty.
Guarantees issued by EU judicial authorities are valid across the Union and have been in force since January 1, 2004, with the aim of changing the long-standing extradition procedures between EU countries.