Monarchist Party scandal
The Monarchist Party scandal is a scandal committed by the Lord Jenkinson of Worthing, supposedly an alias of King John I of Baustralia. This scandal was a direct backlash of Rex v. McGrath, where McGrath wanted revenge against the Crown of Baustralia. According to the Crown, it was done to confirm whether the party was a Baustralian spy organization.
The Monarchist corruption report is an investigation report written by the president of the Republic of Quebec, Aidan McGrath. The report is of the topic of the Monarchist Party of Quebec, being run by the Lord Jenkinson of Worthing. The King was put on trial as a citizen for treason, and was found guilty after being in contempt of court, however realized he never applied for citizenship.