British Museum Employee Granted Access to eBay, Paypal Accounts Amidst Ongoing Legal Proceedings

Judge seeks access to British Museum employee’s online accounts after theft of museum pieces

On Monday, a British judge granted access to the eBay and Paypal accounts of a former British Museum employee suspected of stealing hundreds of pieces from the museum’s collection. The museum had accused the employee, who was fired after the thefts, of using fictitious names and false documents to sell the stolen items on eBay for significantly below their actual value.

According to Daniel Burgess, the museum’s lawyer, the suspect had manipulated the museum’s registers in an attempt to cover his tracks. The legal proceedings involving the thefts at the British Museum have been ongoing since August when the museum announced that it had been a victim of a series of thefts.

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