Antoinette Millard

Female, Person

1963 –


Who is Antoinette Millard?

Antoinette Millard is the true name of United States impostor Lisa Walker, Walker being the name used when she pretended to be a Saudi princess. She was born Antoinette Lisa Millard, her married name was Walker.

In the beginning of May 2004, she claimed she was a Saudi Arabian princess who had converted to Judaism. On May 8, 2004, "Millard" came into the spotlight in New York when she claimed that she had been mugged and the robbers had stolen insured jewelry worth $262,000.

Millard joined the New York City high society posthaste. She was mentioned in the New York Social Diary and attended various antiques, fashion and jewelry shows. She frequented jewelry shops and often exchanged her previous buys for new ones.

At the same time, she made various wild claims about her background. She had been a lawyer, graduated from Boston University, a model for Victoria's Secret or Bergdorf Goodman or Brown Brothers Harriman vice-president. She also expected a 7 million dollar divorce settlement and was one of the triplets.

Eventually the bubble burst. Chubb & Co insurance company was not convinced of the claim of stolen jewelry and accused Millard of insurance fraud. At the end of May 2004 Millard was arrested and sent to Riker's Island prison. American Express obtained a court order and claimed $951,000 worth of her assets for debts she had incurred through their card.

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on July 23, 2013


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