This is in fact fallout from the Court case that Prince Radu brought against Marco Houston, editor of 'Royalty Monthly,' for libel. In 2004 Royalty Monthly published an article in which Prince Radu was accused of having received the Hohenzollern-Veringen title undeservedly and that he collaborated with the Securitate. Last July the lawsuit was won by Prince Radu, after Houston apologized in court and admitted that the accusations were false and should never have been published.
A couple of articles about the current Lambrino problems in English at the following links:
UK Supreme Court demands compulsory execution on Prince Paul for 2m Euro debt
Basically The UK High Court of Justice has called on Romanian judges to enforce legal proceedings against Paul for an alleged debt of 2 million Euro he owes to Marco Houston, editor of 'Royalty Monthly" magazine. English magistrates decided that Lia and Paul Lambrino have a foreclosure on real estate properties in England, Wales and Romania. This lawsuit is a first for Romanian magistrates, since Romania joined the European Union on January 1, 2007.
According to the order, Paul "must not take out of England and Wales any of his goods in the two countries, up to the value of 1,820,000 pounds," and must not "sell or undervalue any of his goods, regardless if they are in England or Wales or abroad, up to this value."
The British High Court issued a notification saying that if Paul violates the order, he could be arrested.
Marco Houston obtained the sentence in London, then hired a Bucharest enforcer of judgment to recover his money. The enforcer has also demanded that magistrates freeze all the amounts of money various parties owe to the 'Prince Paul for Romania' Foundation.
Quite annoying that they refer to "Prince Paul"
but funny the translation "to enforce a compulsory execution against Prince Paul "...
And " Supreme Court" is a bad translation of The High Court of Justice