Paedo Hitler Fined 800 EUR For Snogging 13yo Schoolgirl

A German man who claims to be the last remaining relative of Adolf Hitler has been slapped with an 800 EUR fine after he was convicted of snogging a schoolgirl.

Romano-Lukas Hitler claims to be the only man alive bearing the name of mankind’s greatest butcher, and claims that he is related to the Fuhrer through Hitler’s father Alois.

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Claims to be a relative of Adolf Hitler

He has his name on his passport, his German ID card, his bank account and his rental contract for his home in the East German city of Goerlitz in the state of Saxony.

He says that Alois had a younger brother, and that the grandson of the younger brother who fled to Slovakia after the war was his dad.

But now the 69-year-old Hitler has been convicted of a sex attack on a child by a court in the German city of Goerlitz after he kissed a then 13-year-old girl, identified only as Ania R. because of legal reasons.

Prosecutors took the case to court after a complaint by the girl’s father, identified as 60-year-old Piotr who was originally from Poland.

The angry dad said: “I had put a garage up for sale and Hitler answered the advert. But when he turned up he didn’t seem to have much interest in the garage, only in Ania. He lured her to his flat with sweets, brought her clothes and plastic flowers and even offered to marry her.”

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Romano-Lukas Hitler harassed 13-year-old student Ania R.

The dad said when their daughter had told them he had kissed her, they banned her from seeing him and filed a complaint with the cops.

Hitler however defended himself, saying he simply enjoyed the company of the child and that when he kissed her it had simply been the usual sort of greeting that was normal in Germany and was harmless. He insisted: “I’m innocent”.

But that was rejected by Judge Ulrich Schettgen, 62, who found it proven that Hitler had “kissed” the girl “against her will on both the neck and cheek”.

Hitler, who claims he ended up in a Monastery when his parents died and was adopted by a Polish family before moving to Germany as an adult to train as a ships helmsman, has said he will appeal the conviction.

He has always insisted it is bad for him to have been related to the German dictator, claiming that his surname was the reason why he struggled to find work. He added: “The name is like a cross to bear and I wish that on nobody.”

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Romano-Lukas Hitler, 69

However despite apparently lamenting his connections at his home he has a picture of the dictator on his wall alongside an image of Angela Merkel.

Historians have discussed two candidates for the father of Alois.

They are Johann Georg Hiedler, whose name was added to Alois’s birth certificate later in his life and who was officially accepted as the father of Alois by the Third Reich.

The other is Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, Georg’s brother and Alois’s step-uncle, who raised Alois through adolescence and later bequeathed him a considerable portion of his life savings.


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