Fake ‘limited-edition’ Hirst prints were sold online to dozens of buyers by a New York group that included a man previously imprisoned for a similar scheme

Three men were charged in New York on Monday with making counterfeit Damien Hirst prints which they sold on for more than $400,000.

The fake “limited-edition” Hirst prints were sold online to dozens of art buyers around the world, according to Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance. The group included a man who had been released from prison only 15 days earlier for a similar scheme.

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