The Dark Truth About Seymour Fleming, The Most Scandalous Woman In History

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Forget the prim and proper World of Jane Austen novels: Seymour Dorothy Fleming, aka Lady Worsley, was the most scandalous woman of the Regency. Known for being a wild child, she became famous for her numerous conquests and witty quips. But she also made headlines for a torrid affair and a drama-filled lawsuit. Strap in: Here’s the story of the “Scandalous Lady W.” Seymour Fleming Facts1. Her Childhood Was TragicSeymour Fleming entered a World of drama right from the get-go. She was born to the Irish baron Sir John Fleming and Lady Jane Coleman, but her father and two of her sisters died when …

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