R Rich boy from Instagram & # 39; -family, 26, admits he has smuggled endangered python skin products

Multimillionaire-heiress Stephanie Scolaro, pictured at the Westminster Magistrates & Court, ordered baseball caps and a travel bag from Indonesia, some of which then sold in the UK to its network of uber-rich customers

Multimillionaire-heiress Stephanie Scolaro, pictured at the Westminster Magistrates & Court, ordered baseball caps and a travel bag from Indonesia, some of which then sold in the UK to its network of uber-rich customers

Multimillionaire-heiress Stephanie Scolaro, pictured at the Westminster Magistrates & Court, ordered baseball caps and a travel bag from Indonesia, some of which then sold in the UK to its network of uber-rich customers

A Rich Kid or Instagram & # 39; has admitted that he has smuggled baseball caps and a bag of endangered python skin to Britain before selling them.

Swimwear model Stephanie Scolaro, 26, sells snakeskin hats and bags through her website & # 39; SS Python & # 39; and her Instagram account, which has more than 80,000 followers.

She also sold some of the £ 450 baseball caps with Boudi Fashion boutique on South Molton Street, Mayfair.

The 26-year-old wannabe influencer, the daughter of an Italian mining magnate father and a British mother, lives in a luxury flat in central London and ordered the baseball caps and a travel bag from Indonesia, some of which were then sold in the UK to its network of very wealthy customers.

On social media she shares photo's of high-end designer clothes and supercars to admire her 80,000 followers.

Her sister Lana played in the Channel 4 reality TV program Rich Kids Of Instagram after they had released their jet-set lifestyles on social media.

Dressed in black and a white shirt with her tied back, she came to court with her mother Anna and Lana.

Scolaro pleaded guilty to two counts of importing goods with the intent to circumvent a prohibition, two counts of offering for sale a kind of illegally obtained and a count of the sale of a species illegally imported between 2016 and 2017.

The 26-year-old wannabe & # 39; influencer & # 39; lives in a luxury flat in central London, where she leads a life of glamor as one of the rich kids or Instagram & # 39 ;. In her collection of carefully composed recordings she showed her mega-bucks lifestyle with Martini cocktails in exclusive nightclubs

Scolaro swears by photographers while she leaves Southwark Crown Court today

Scolaro swears by photographers while she leaves Southwark Crown Court today

Scolaro swears by photographers while she leaves Southwark Crown Court today

Swimwear model Stephanie Scolaro, 26, sells snakeskin hats and bags through her website & # 39; SS Python & # 39; and her Instagram account, which has more than 80,000 followers. She also sold some of the £ 450 baseball caps with Boudi Fashion boutique in Mayfair

Swimwear model Stephanie Scolaro, 26, sells snakeskin hats and bags through her website & # 39; SS Python & # 39; and her Instagram account, which has more than 80,000 followers. She also sold some of the £ 450 baseball caps with Boudi Fashion boutique in Mayfair

Swimwear model Stephanie Scolaro, 26, sells snakeskin hats and bags through her website & # 39; SS Python & # 39; and her Instagram account, which has more than 80,000 followers. She also sold some of the £ 450 baseball caps with Boudi Fashion boutique in Mayfair

Swimwear model Stephanie Scolaro, 26, sells snakeskin hats and bags through her website & # 39; SS Python & # 39; and her Instagram account, which has more than 80,000 followers. She also sold some of the £ 450 baseball caps with Boudi Fashion boutique in Mayfair

Swimwear model Stephanie Scolaro, 26, sells snakeskin hats and bags through her website & # 39; SS Python & # 39; and her Instagram account, which has more than 80,000 followers. She also sold some of the £ 450 baseball caps with Boudi Fashion boutique in Mayfair

Swimwear model Stephanie Scolaro, 26, sells snakeskin hats and bags through her website & # 39; SS Python & # 39; and her Instagram account, which has more than 80,000 followers. She also sold some of the £ 450 baseball caps with Boudi Fashion boutique in Mayfair

Scolarao, who became visibly sad after he pleaded guilty, was released on bail and will be convicted on 21 January 2019 at the Crown Court of Southwark.

In total, the police seized 35 hats, as well as a number of large bags made from the illegal skins, which they sold for £ 2800 each.

Prosecutor Gregor Mckinley said: 'It involves the import and sale and offering articles of genuine python skin.

& # 39; Ms. Scolaro has a very active involvement with social media and in particular with an Instagram channel that she manages and manages.

It has been described in some circles as influential in the field of fashion, especially with young people.

On social media she shares photo's of high-end designer clothes and supercars to admire her 80,000 followers

On social media she shares photo's of high-end designer clothes and supercars to admire her 80,000 followers

On social media she shares photo's of high-end designer clothes and supercars to admire her 80,000 followers

& # 39; The goods in question are a kind of baseball hat, in different colors, made of python skin. Also advertised on the website and seized as shipments were bags, both large bags and smaller bags. & # 39;

The public prosecutor explained how the police began to investigate the model after a package was withdrawn from Indonesia because it was sent via Europe.

& # 39; A shipment of these goods consisting of ten of these caps, one large bag and one smaller bag, was stopped by German customs officers at Leipzig airport. & # 39;

Mr. Mckinley told the court that the German Customs informed the British authorities and forwarded the DHL package to the UK.

& # 39; It was with the shipping company DHL and while the police inquired about the final destination, Scolaro asked DHL why it had not arrived.

The police began to look at the Instagram account of Mrs. Scolaro and the associated website, "the prosecutor added.

Scolaro – known as Stephy – is the daughter of an Italian mining magnate father and a British mother. They visited the Mill Hill School in North London, where entry costs are £ 33,717 per year, but regularly fly by private plane to family homes in Monaco, Ibiza and New York.

Mr. Mckinley told how the defendant had sold a penny to Rogue Menswear in Bexleyheath, Kent for £ 185, but suggested a retail price of £ 350.

& # 39; Again, in the same way, five of these caps were for sale in a store called Park Lane Collections. Three of the caps were on sale for £ 450 and two for £ 300. & # 39;

Customs officers seized another shipment of eight caps and another large bag of illegal skins was stopped at Heathrow Airport on March 8, 2017: "Once again, very easily addressed to the suspect and directly seized by customs."

Scolaro was interviewed by the police the same day and gave an interview without comment.

"After the interview with the police, the investigating officer sent two documents that allegedly were export licenses for the import of some of these goods from Indonesia", the prosecutor continued.

& # 39; Both documents have been checked and both are forgeries.

In 2016, Stephanie told The Mail on Sunday & # 39; s You: & # 39; I think the first time I was really aware that we were rich, was in my early teens. We took a private jet to Monaco and ate sushi from Nobu and something told me that ordinary children did not. & # 39;

In 2016, Stephanie told The Mail on Sunday & # 39; s You: & # 39; I think the first time I was really aware that we were rich, was in my early teens. We took a private jet to Monaco and ate sushi from Nobu and something told me that ordinary children did not. & # 39;

In 2016, Stephanie told The Mail on Sunday & # 39; s You: & # 39; I think the first time I was really aware that we were rich, was in my early teens. We took a private jet to Monaco and ate sushi from Nobu and something told me that ordinary children did not. & # 39;

& # 39; All the investigation was done by the police through the website and the Instagram account and without any cooperation from the suspect in finding these items or where they were on sale & # 39 ;, explained Mr. Mckinley.

"There are about 35 of these baseball caps and if we take the retail value as suggested by the defendant himself of about £ 350, then the value of these hats comes to £ 12,215.

& # 39; The large bags, which were intercepted, were advertised on her website for £ 2,800 each. Looking at the big bags and the hats together, it comes to £ 17,815.

& # 39; The maximum penalties for the regulatory offense are five years for each of these offenses and the offense customs and excise is up to seven years. & # 39;

Scolaro advertised the goods on its website & # 39; SS Python & # 39; and sold snake leather accessories from Rogue Menswear in Bexleyheath, Kent and Park Lane Collections, Mayfair, between December 2015 and February 2017.

She is also in charge of holding copies of python leather in her luxury home in Park View Residences, Marylebone, on March 8, 2017.

Judge Michael Gledhill QC has adjourned the sentencing test until a full probation report can be carried out.

He said: & # 39; I still have a very faint look at this matter. We are talking about the same category of insults that the public is more aware of – it includes ivory of elephants and rhinos. & # 39;

Scolaro has more than 80,000 followers on Instagram, where she places images of herself in exotic locations around the world.

Scolaro – known as Stephy – and Lana attended Mill Hill School in North London, where entry fees are £ 33,717 per year and regularly fly by private jet to family homes in Monaco, Ibiza and New York.

Lana, who designs diamond jewelery, once claimed that she had spent £ 15,000 a month on clothing and shoes.

In 2016, Stephanie told The Mail on Sunday & # 39; s You: & # 39; I think the first time I was really aware that we were rich, was in my early teens.

We took a private plane to Monaco and ate sushi from Nobu and something told me that ordinary children did not. & # 39;

She said she was planning to launch a brand of caviar & # 39; because there is, like, a real question, do you know? & # 39 ;.

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