Las Vegas woman has been accused of forging a marriage certificate so she could keep her racecar-driving boyfriend’s possessions after he died three years ago when his Porsche veered off a mountain road in northern Nevada.

Allison Lear was arrested on outstanding warrants May 25 at the Hakkasan nightclub at the MGM Grand. She faces charges of forgery and perjury in what family members characterize as a callous attempt at gold-digging from Alexander Djordjevic, who died at age 37.

“I wouldn’t say there was a big love there,” Slobodan Djordjevic, Alexander Djordjevic’s father, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal (). “I think she was just looking for material things.”

Calls to a Las Vegas-area phone number listed for “A Lear” went unanswered Friday.

In 2009, Lear posted a profile on a match-making website that seeks to pair millionaires with companions. Family members said she and Djordjevic had been dating for several months when his silver Porsche careened off a mountain highway on June 26, 2010, during the Speed by Spectre 341 Challenge race near Virginia City.

Later, in court, Lear showed a marriage certificate indicating she and Djordjevic had married just five days before his death at her parents’ home in Las Vegas. Relatives – including Lear’s father – question whether such a wedding ever happened.

Also, police have been unable to find the witness listed on the certificate.

SMH. This man can’t even rest in peace without skeezers schemin’ on his stacks. Guess Hollywood isn’t the only place that this happens.


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