- A French aristocrat is suing France for €351 million ($401 million) in damages.
- Count Louis de Causans says the French state cheated his family out of the throne of Monaco.
- De Causans told Le Parisien that “sleight of hand” had allowed the French state to rewrite Monaco’s laws of succession.
- De Causans’ ancestor was apparently once Monaco’s rightful heir, but missed out on the throne because he was German, and France was on the brink of World War I at the time.
Louis de Causans is a prince without a kingdom — or so he says.
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Source : BusinessInsider.Com