Notorious Australian scammer Peter Foster has made a wild claim about an alleged love triangle with pop megastar Robbie Williams.
Foster, who is on trial on fraud charges for allegedly running a $2 billion bitcoin scam, this week shared the juicy tale of how he got into Danish badly during his infamous stint in London in the ’90s Heir Caroline Luel-Brockdorff had fallen in love.
Coincidentally, he claims, so did Williams when the singer met the stunning blonde at a photoshoot in the weeks following his decision to leave boy band Take That.
The battle for Caroline’s heart also lasted just months before Foster was jailed for cheating over the role he played in a “slimming tea” scandal – a sentence he curtailed after he disappeared on the day of his release and had flown back to Australia on a fake passport.
Baroness Caroline Luel-Brockdorff – now Caroline Fleming – was known for her beauty and social connections
Conman Peter Foster (pictured here in Sydney court in 2021) claims he courted the Baroness in London in the 1990s
Foster claims Robbie Williams (pictured at the 2022 AFL Grand Final) asked Caroline out on a date after meeting her at a photoshoot
Foster, who is set to stand trial again on Oct. 26 on bitcoin fraud charges, says the memory of the two unlikely love rivals dueling over the same woman flooded back when he performed on Williams at the AFL Grand Final.
“Watching Robbie Williams rock the MCG today as pre-game entertainment for the AFL Grand Finals, I couldn’t help but think back to 1996 when Robbie Williams and I were competing for the affections of a rare Beauty fought.” Foster began a lengthy post to his Facebook followers.
“Baroness Caroline Luel-Brockdorff was just 23 years old, blonde, a magnificent young woman and one of the richest people in Europe and a member of the Danish royal family.
“She grew up in Valdemar’s Castle, but when we met she was living in London, where she worked as a model with great success. Her face has graced the covers of the world’s major fashion magazines, Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan… she’s been everywhere.’
Fresh from his breakup with Take That, Robbie is pictured here at Glastonbury Festival a few months before he meets Luel-Brockdorff for the first time
Caroline in 2007 with now-ex-husband Rory Fleming, son of Bond creator Ian Fleming
Foster then revealed that during a dinner at London’s famed The Ritz, Juel-Brockdorff told him her paths had crossed with Williams – fresh off his success with Take That.
“We’ve eaten at the best clubs and restaurants, Le Ambassadors and the Ritz, two of our favorites,” Foster said.
“When I introduced her to my Australian lawyer, Jeremy Cullen, at the Ritz one night, she said she had a modeling assignment that day and had met Robbie Williams, who had asked her out.
“Robbie was just 22, I was 33. He had just left Take That.
“Robbie bloody Williams,” I said in disgust. “He’s totally beat, he just quit Take That and went solo, he’s a rabbit, worse, he’s a never — he can’t even be arrested, he’s such a nobody now.”
‘I was right. He couldn’t be arrested. But I could – in six countries.”
Robbie Williams at the height of his success with boy band Take That in the 1990s
Williams (L) with former Take That bandmates L to R) Jason Orange, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen (front)
Foster during one of his many arrests over the years – here in 2007
As fate would have it, Foster was later imprisoned in both Los Angeles and England for his tea fraud and again in Australia and a second time in England after a failed attempt to fight extradition.
He never won the heart of his Danish crush, neither does Williams apparently.
Juel-Brockdorff eventually married Rory Fleming – the son of Ian Fleming, who created the James Bond series.
However, a divorce followed and the Danish aristocrat married Arsenal footballer Nicklas Bendtner, with the couple welcoming a son in 2010.
She also appeared in US reality series Ladies of London in 2015.
Foster had a high-profile relationship with British pop singer and pin-up Samantha Fox in the late ’80s and early ’90s – an affair that made headlines both here and in the UK before their split in 1994.
Today, Foster is back home on the Gold Coast after a long stint on the run that publicly ended in 2020. He was arrested by police while walking his dogs on a Port Douglas beach.
He was granted bail in NSW in March 2021 but was declared a fugitive after failing to appear in a Sydney court in May related to bitcoin fraud charges.
Foster and Samantha Fox were one of London’s “It” couples, while Foster marketed his “slimming tea.”
Foster and Samantha Fox. The couple separated in 1995 but remained close friends
Foster’s sensational arrest in Port Douglas in 2020 while walking his dogs
After six months of freedom, Foster was arrested for a second time in December 2021 at a Victorian winery near Gisborne.
The 59-year-old was extradited to Queensland, where he was charged with five counts of fraud, two counts of obtaining or handling identification information and one count of falsifying records.
His next hearing is scheduled for October 26, but in the meantime he is out on bail and has been sharing anecdotes with Facebook friends while he writes his memoir.
Fleming later starred in the US reality series Ladies Of London
He revealed this week that he still holds a candle for Juel-Brockdorff, who goes by her original married name, Caroline Fleming.
“I think about[Fleming]from time to time and what would have happened if I hadn’t been arrested on trumped up charges that were ultimately dropped,” he wrote.
“As for poor Robbie Williams, well he has to work on a Saturday and sing to some football fans.”
https://www.soundhealthandlastingwealth.com/uncategorized/conman-peter-foster-claims-unlikely-love-rivalry-with-robbie-williams-over-danish-beauty-in-the-90s/ Scammer Peter Foster claims an unlikely love rivalry with Robbie Williams over the Danish beauty in the ’90s