Lord Dean David Burr

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Did somebody say pest control?

Introducing the self-styled “Lord of Wimbledon”, Lord Dean David Burr, owner of Lords Environmental, a pest control company. Before you ask, no, this isn’t the newest edition to the cast of “Eastenders”.

Dean’s website, which is introduces him as “an official Lord, of Wimbledon and businessman”, bears two coats of arms, neither of which he has the legal rights to. It tells a dramatic tale, starting with humble beginnings and leading to the inheritance of a “title” owned by his Uncle. The specifics of this “title”, however, are not discussed and it is most likely manorial (which is treated as property rather than a peerage). This does not give Mr. Burr the right to call himself “Lord Burr”, or “Lord Dean”, and certainly not “Lord of Wimbledon”.

Mr. Burr however, seems to have forgotten this, and has gotten coverage in several local newspapers who have been fooled by his claims. “Lord” Burr also has his own youtube channel, which contains some hilarious videos- including a Christmas Message from “His Lordship”. It is somewhat disturbing that such obvious impostors can fool not only members of the public, but members of the press too.

Lords? More like Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle twat..

Lords? More like Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle twat..

When browsing his website, it is painfully easy to notice that it is FILLED with messages about self-styled “Lord” Dean’s Charity work. As admirable as this may be, it leads one to question whether he only does it to bolster his own reputation. For example, he is known to be friends with the infamous “Lord” Brett McLean of Hastings, who has used similar techniques to improve his credibility Do not be fooled by this- charity work is never an excuse for fraud.

With regards to Burr’s “chain of office”, featured in many of his photographs, the holders of peerages have no such insignia, and even if they did- it certainly wouldn’t look like the piece of tat Dean has strung around his neck- which looks like something that should be wrapped around a Christmas tree.

Jokes aside, Mr. Burr seems to do a lot of genuine charity work. It is sad that he then feels he needs his “title” to do so. Because of this, I am inclined to call Burr a well-meaning fool, who has been tricked into believing his title is legitimate. However, because of the fact that a number of people have already pointed out his claims are fake, I fear he knows exactly what he is doing; and is using good causes to bolster his own credibility. Not only this, birds of a feather flock together- most of Burr’s (supposedly) noble friends all have fake and self-styled titles.

I can only conclude that Burr is just as bad as his friends. His titles are bogus and should not be taken seriously, and his pretentious chains and insignia are all made up. Not only this, he uses his ridiculous claims to forward his own business. He may fool some members of the public- but do not let yourself be one of them. Burr is a fantasist whose title is as legitimate as the Duke of Monmouth.

 

Pamela Anderson given fake title by bogus “Prince” Stefan

It has now emerged in a national newspaper that self-styled Prince of Montenegro, Stefan Cernetic, has fooled actress Pamela Anderson into accepting a false title of knighthood.

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His Imperial and Royal Highness, as he prefers to be known, has tricked 47-year old celebrity and actress Pamela Anderson, bestowing upon her the (bogus) title of “Grand Dame of Montenegro”. Since he was ousted as a fraud on this website, a number of people have came forward condemning his activities, in fact, several individuals have now claimed he tried to sell them titles in exchange for thousands of pounds.

One of his own representatives, Jean Tamenne, AKA Juan Henri Lovinfosse Tamenne, tried to sell titles on behalf of the Prince for up to £500,000. The sad truth is that Stefan Cernetic, if that even is his real name, is a liar and a fake. His claimed links to European Royalty are obscure and not to be relied upon. He is by no means a member of any Royal or Imperial House- let alone is he the head of one.

He has no connections to the Royal Houses of Montenegro, Serbia, or Albania whatsoever. The titles and Orders he bestows upon those foolish enough to believe his arrant nonsense are just as bogus as his own. His companions seem to be just as deluded and Stefan Cernetic is nothing but a fraud and a conman.

For more about this fake Prince, please read my previous article.