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Michael Edwards-Hammond, who was jailed for four years in 2005 after tricking his way into Windsor Castle while posing as a detective, has now reinvented himself as Michael Wroe, a supposedly Harvard-educated film producer with a side line in novel writing and high finance.Now the 44-year-old former estate agent and son of a decorator from Bexhill, appears to be attempting to exploit his apparently easy access to celebrities in the hope of launching a number of commercial ventures.There are fears Wroe is using his supposed association with celebrities to attract investment in his money making ventures.A police source said: “It’s a money-making ruse, that’s for sure.Hello Sarah," said one of the two men standing on the doorstep, though no one called her Sarah any more. Her first instinct was to slam the door and run, because she feared they might be the IRA terrorists she'd spent the past decade trying to hide from.
He made more than 500 connections, some with really important people, in a short space of time. (The Oscar nominated actor was sent to prison for drug offences).
When I said it didn’t exist, he said 'yes it does, look it up on the Internet.’ That’s when I knew he was a nutter.
” Miss Wright questions the role Linked In has played in Mr Wroe’s activities.
In a parallel fictitious career he also drove a £105,000 Mercedes – obtained by deception – and featured in gossip columns as “a millionaire playboy” or “polo player” after boasting of friendships with Prince Andrew and alleged love affairs with the singer Danni Minogue and former glamour model Jordan.
This led to a fledgling TV career, including presenting Polo from Windsor for Sky Sports, before the police finally caught up with him in 2004, when he was arrested in the grounds of Windsor Castle after a security alert.