Vilma Bautista, a former aide to Imelda Marcos, walked out of court Monday while her lawyers appeal a sentence of up to six years in a New York state prison. She was sentenced in relation to a scheme to sell four museum-quality pieces of art that once belonged to the former Philippine first lady, including a Claude Monet water-lily painting that netted $32 million dollars. Her attorney spoke with the media.
Officials at the museum where the famous shoe collection of Imelda Marcos is have admitted that some of the belongings have been damaged
The shoe museum that bought Imelda Marcos\'s shoes displays giant shoes on its roof.
Imelda Marcos opens a shoe museum replete with a point and lick exhibit.
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