Randy Prince Albert Exposed! Monaco Royal Accused of Making 'Secret Payments' to Mistresses and Illegitimate Children in Bombshell Report

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Prince Albert has been accused of 'paying off' mistresses.

Jan. 25 2024, Published 3:32 p.m. ET

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Prince Albert II, the Sovereign Prince of Monaco, has been accused of making "secret payments" to multiple mistresses and illegitimate children with those women, RadarOnline.com reported. The bombshell report comes courtesy of the head of state's accountant, Claude Palmero, who spilled several details about the monarch's much-publicized private life.

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Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene have been having rumored 'issues' in their marriage.

Albert II fired Palmero this past summer after what he claims was due to a Substack post from an anonymous user from an account called Les Dossiers du Rocher. This led His Serene Highness to state at the time: "When questions arise, you need to know how to change the people who surround you to find the right path again and to write a new page in your history."

Half a year later, Palermo has now blown the lid off of Monaco Palace's secret chamber to reveal shocking details from his accountancy notebooks that are likely to anger Princess Charlene, Albert's current spouse.

The prince paid at least two different mistresses "millions of dollars" in recent years to his secret lovers and his hidden children. In an interview this week the sacked accountant gave to the French newspaper Libération, Prince Albert made the alleged payments to his suspected mistresses and their children via a secret account at a French bank, BNP, under the name "AG" for Albert Grimaldi. The head of state allegedly created the secret account to make the payments without Princess Charlene ever finding out.

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Prince Charlene married Prince Albert II in 2011.

Speaking of Charlene, Palermo also spilled how the former Olympian-turned-royal cannot control herself when it comes to her husband's bank account. The princess was given an allowance of over one million dollars per year, "but still managed to overspend."

In 2017 alone, Her Serene Highness needed over $500,000 dollars to pay off an overdraft. Her insatiable spending habits led Palermo to exclaim in 2019: "It's crazy! I have no control over the Princess' spending."

His notes further show that on one day in April 2016, the princess asked for £60,000. Four years later, Palermo recorded a one-off payment to Charlene from Albert II of £171,000, plus £4,200 in cash. The princess' brother, Sean, also received a payment of 786,000 pounds to allegedly buy a home, according to the accountant's numerous volumes of notes.

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Alexandre Grimaldi pictured in 2022.

Prince Albert II acceded to the Monegasque throne in April 2005 upon the death of his father, Prince Rainier III. His mother, the American movie star Grace Kelly, died in a tragic road accident in 1982.

Before his marriage to Charlene in 2011 — which produced two children, Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella — the playboy royal had two children out of wedlock: Jazmin Grace Grimaldi with mistress Tamara Rotolo and Alexandre Grimaldi with mistress Nicole Coste.

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Prince Albert II has frequently courted controversy throughout his adult life.

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