George Mickum

George Mickum – Former Real Estate Agent and ‘Guest of a Guest’ Writer

George Mikkum, a former real estate agent and author of “Guest of a Guest”, is being accused of defrauding Manhattan socialites out of thousands of dollars by selling them counterfeit Birkins. The high society ladies in NYC are outraged!

He’s believed to have used his mother Sally Painter’s connections to gain entry into elite society, but now he is being denied access to events and places such as the Polo Bar.

Early Life and Education

Early childhood development is a critical period in a child’s life. During these years, they develop social skills, self-worth, and an overall perspective of the world.

Children during this period begin to acquire cognitive skills that will be invaluable as they progress through school and into adulthood. That is why UNESCO has identified high quality early childhood education as a key development goal.

The National College of Education offers an innovative early childhood program that emphasizes the critical components of early learning and development. The BAECE curriculum blends academic study with hands-on field experience for maximum impact.

Professional Career

At an early age, George Mickum became mesmerized by the beauty and intricate nature of fashion. He spent his free time designing jewelry out of pearls and rubies, eventually counting foreign dignitaries among his customers.

At 14, he began his career in fashion by founding Georgeous, a luxury fashion consultancy that caters to clients throughout the East Coast. Inspired by everything from gloves and suits to evening gowns and beaded purses, he says that fashion holds such beauty and intricate detail that it has always captured his heart.

Mickum’s mother, Sally Painter, is a top Clinton adviser with connections in Manhattan’s elite society. Through these contacts, the grifter was able to gain entry to exclusive parties and events such as Art Basel or Aspen.

Achievements and Honors

George Mickum has been a leader in the legal community for decades. His accomplishments include being named one of America’s best trial lawyers by Martindale-Hubbell.

Mickum began his legal career clerking for Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and represented Bisher Al Rawi and Jamil El Banna in their landmark case. Despite his success as a lawyer, Mickum still finds time to serve on the Advisory Committee on Public Policy for the International Monetary Fund and serve on the board of directors of ERP Compliant Fuels Inc.

At various points in his career, Mickum has dabbled in fashion – claiming to have been an expert from an early age. Indeed, his passion for this field was so great that at 14 years old he founded his own personal stylist business!

Personal Life

According to Page Six, aspiring socialite George Mikkum was expelled from Manhattan’s elite society for allegedly selling counterfeit Hermes Birkin bags and sending his friend on a false appointment to get one. Additionally, he allegedly told people he lived off champagne and caviar, according to allegations made against him.

Mickum was able to access high society through his mother, Sally Painter, who served as a senior advisor for Bill Clinton during the 1990s. Through her connections, he started dressing “ambassadors and other D.C. heavyweights” and attended parties ranging from Art Basel to Aspen.

Net Worth

British pop star George Michael was one of the wealthiest musicians in the world, with a net worth of $200 million as of 2022. His success in music can be attributed to his successful marketing strategies and endorsement deals with major record labels.

He was born to a Greek-Cypriot father and an English mother in East Finchley, London to Greek-Cypriot parents. As part of pop duo Wham!, he achieved success and then pursued solo success.

Recently, he’s become the go-to grifter for selling counterfeit Hermes purses and Birkins to socialite friends. However, his activities have been exposed as fraudulence and he has since been excommunicated from New York’s high society circles.

Page Six reports that “the door has been shut” and people are blocking him on social media, emails and phone numbers. They’ve even alerted popular society hangouts like Polo Bar and Zero Bond not to let him in.

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