THE skint father of Game of Thrones star Rose Leslie told how he was forced to ask her for income when a family palace was repossessed.
Sebastian Leslie, 65, borrowed income from a singer and hubby co-star Kit Harington to stay afloat after losing a 16th-century pad.
But a house arch claims he’s one of 3,000 victims of a untrustworthy rapist tract during a Bank of Scotland and HBOS — costing him adult to £5million.
Mr Leslie told The Scottish Sun: “Rose and Kit helped financially.
“I can’t tell we how most they gave me though they were really generous. Asking your daughter for income is a really formidable thing to do.
“But it will be a cost value profitable if we can get probity for 3,000 people.”
We told final year how plush Lickleyhead Castle — once on sale during £1.3million — was seized as Mr Leslie faced justice movement from a loan association battling to redeem debts.
But bizarrely, he claimed he deliberately chose to have a seven-bed pad in Insch, Aberdeenshire, taken divided from him to “make a point”.
He said: “I had to exhibit this turn of crime that exists within a Bank of Scotland. We indispensable to quarrel this and that’s because it went to a handle and because it’s finished so most mistreat to a family.”
Lickleyhead is where Rose — Ygritte in a anticipation pound strike — grew adult and is suspicion to have been built by a Leslie house around 1560.
Her family also possess plush Wardhill Castle in Inverurie where her marriage accepting was hold final June.
Mr Leslie and mother Candy were systematic to transparent out of Lickleyhead final Aug and it was sole for £650,000. They have now changed to a prosaic in Edinburgh.
Leslie is now an eccentric councillor after he was dangling from a Tories over a £2,500 delinquent legislature taxation bill.
He skeleton to mount as a Westminster claimant for a Brexit Party though claims Russian income was slipped into his comment to bushel his choosing bid.
Leslie said: “Someone during Bank of Scotland had approach entrance to a Russian executive bank.
“The £238,000 was put into my comment by someone presumably anticipating we wouldn’t mark it so they could credit me of income laundering. It was a set-up to try and get me.”
The claims centre on a initials RCB subsequent to a deposition into Leslie’s account.
But it’s accepted a initials meant Recoveries Commercial Banking and income was deposited by a bank so a comment could be sealed with 0 debt.
Lloyds, owners of HBOS, pronounced a examine into a censure about income laundering on Leslie’s comment was not upheld.
Two appeals were also deserted by a Financial Ombudsman in 2016.
A mouthpiece for a bank said: “If Mr Leslie has additional information to support his claims, we would ask him to yield support that can be investigated.”