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Pretend-princess Antoinette Millard finally got out of jail after her family came to her rescue by posting a modest piece of upstate property to secure her bail.
The tiara-wearing socialite scammer was released from Rikers Island Friday after spending eight days in the company of murderers, drug dealers, hookers and other criminals.
She inherited the jewels from her dead mother, she told prosecutors – but they say her mom is still alive.
According to one source, Millard’s mother, now in her 80s, is living in a nursing home in Florida, although Millard’s father is deceased.
“She’s maybe 5-foot-4 – and looks like she’s had a facelift.” Ric Pipino also suspected something was amiss when he met her five months ago at a Van Cleef jewelry launch on Fifth Avenue.
The celebrity hair stylist – once married to model Heidi Klum – told The Post that Millard “came right up to me, introduced herself as Princess Antoinette, and talked up a storm.” She also implied that the security on hand for the event was guarding her.
If convicted, she could face up to 15 years in prison.
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At a Nicholson Fashion Week party in March, Walker claims Millard caressed his shoulder and suggested they “get together to take some lingerie shots of me.” “Real royalty would never act like that,” said Walker, who was working the event at Viscaya in Chelsea for his photo service. “She told me she used to be a Victoria’s Secret model, but she’s not the leggy, statuesque type,” he said.
Her sister Sadie Millard and brother-in-law Donald Leone put a Buffalo building, worth 2,000, up as collateral for her 0,000 bail.
While allegedly posing as a Saudi princess as part of a kooky 0,000 jewelry scam, the 40-year-old Upper East Sider rubbed elbows with First Daughter Barbara Bush, Ivanka Trump, actresses Hope Davis and Annabella Sciorra, and Jack Nicholson’s designer daughter Jennifer.
Antoinette insists she’ll be cleared of insurance-fraud and attempted-grand-larceny charges after authorities hear the “real” story. ” the petite socialite told The Post in a jailhouse interview last week.
“I mean, some of it is true – but not all of it.” Millard’s beginnings were far from the image she has been projecting.