Berkeley John Talbot Levett

Berkeley John Talbot Levett, CVO (11 November 1863 – 1 November 1941) was a Major in the Scots Guards and later a Gentleman Usher for the Royal family. He was a witness in the Royal Baccarat Scandal of 1890 in which the future King Edward VII was drawn into a gambling dispute which painted him in an unflattering light.

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... Levett was drawn into the scandal after a night in which Sir William Gordon-Cumming, 4th Baronet, a fellow officer from the Scots Guards, was accused of cheating at ... Levett testified later that he had witnessed the cheating ... Enraged, Sir William brought suit against those present, including Berkeley Levett, charging slander ...

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