Art Dealer Sentenced To Probation In $2M Picasso Fraud

Law360, New York (October 6, 2010, 2:11 PM EDT) -- California art dealer Tatiana Khan, who was accused of making a $2 million sale on a fake Pablo Picasso painting, has been sentenced to five months probation after pleading guilty to making false statements in connection with her investigation.

Judge Manuel L. Real of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California handed down the sentence Tuesday, also ordering Khan, age 70, to pay $2 million restitution and perform 2500 hours of community service.

Khan, who owned the Chateau Allegre gallery in Los Angeles,...
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