Alexis Brimeyer

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Alexis Ceslaw Maurice Jean Brimeyer (1946–1995) was a false pretender who claimed connection to various European thrones. He used fraudulent combined titles like Prince d'Anjou Durazzo Durassow Romanoff Dolgorouki de Bourbon-Conde. He also sold false titles of nobility through "orders" he and his associates had created.


Early life

Brimeyer was born on May 4, 1946, in Costermansville (now present day Bukavu, Democratic Republic of the Congo). His Belgian mother Beatrice, daughter of Ceclava Czapska, divorced his father, Victor Brimeyer, two months after his birth. She later remarried September 13, 1950 in England to Ferdinand Joseph Oscar Fabry.

Noble Pretender

Brimeyer's first attempt to ennoble himself came when he named himself, Brimeyer de la Calchuyére, in the 1950s when he was about ten years old. This came to nothing. In 1955, he took a name, His Serene Highness Prince Khevenhuller-Abensberg, but the real Princess Khevenhuller threatened to sue him. He backpedaled and apologized. Brimeyer also wrote to a number of aristocrats to convince them to adopt him. In 1969, he received a passport of the Principality of Sealand with the name His Highness Prince Alexis Romanov Dolgorouki.When he contacted a Brussels Orthodox priest, Jean Maljinowski, to be baptized, the priest was suspicious since the supposed prince didn't speak a word of Russian.

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