Sorry. I was waiting for the question.
Did you steal the painting from the museum, Ms. Vaughan?
If I may,
I think you're asking the wrong questions, Agent Clark.
Here's what I would be asking if this was my case.
Why would a reputable private investigator
steal her clients' multimillion-dollar painting,
then put it on her bedroom wall where anyone could see it?
Doesn't make sense.
So, then I'd be asking,
"What if the person who called in the anonymous tip
put the painting there, and who made this call?"
And who has the most to gain
from both of us sitting in this room,
wasting our time,
when we should be out trying to catch this person?
But I don't want to tell you how to do your job. So...
Unless you have a warrant for my arrest
to go with your search warrant...
...I'm gonna go and do your job for you.
You may go, Ms. Vaughan.
Thank you, Emily.
You left the party so quickly.
Where are you?
Well, you'll disappointed to learn
I am not in a jail cell with my mother.
In fact, you're speaking to the new head of the Kensington Firm.
Is that Alice?
Oh, speaking of Alice --
I wouldn't hold the plane for her, if I were you.
Margot, what did you do?
Well, let's just say the FBI may have received an anonymous tip
regarding a certain stolen painting.
So I don't think Alice will be joining you for another,
what, 5 to 10 years after sentencing?
Enjoy your trip, darling.
Tell my brother to watch himself.
What? What did she do?
- When did they get here? - Half-hour ago.
They won't let us in.
And they made us give them our phones and computers.
How'd it go with her?
She didn't have anything, or she would have arrested me.
That's why they're here.
And they won't leave until they find something.
Will they... find anything?
They'll find everything.
Keys to the museum, security codes.
Everything I would have needed to steal that painting.
Did you call Ben?
打了 转到了语♥音♥信箱 他们上飞机了
Yeah. It went to voicemail. They're on the plane.
I'm sorry, Allie.
- How bad is it? - You couldn't stop them?
There's nothing I can do.
She has a warrant, and it's not my case anymore.
When were you gonna tell me about the painting?
I was gonna put it back once I figured out how.
So, we explain to the museum exactly what happened.
And they'll just believe it.
I'm so sorry, you guys.
This isn't you. This is Margot Bishop.
Our clients won't know that.
They will when we take her down.
It's gonna be hard for me to do that from jail.
You are not going to jail.
I called Gordon. He's on his way.
I just received a warrant for your arrest.
Based on what evidence?
Proof that Mario Visconti used Ms. Vaughan's security badge
- to steal the painting. - He stole the badge.
We also found evidence that your office
contacted the woman who forged the painting,
-不 那是我♥干♥的 -苏菲
- No, that was me. I did that. - Sophie.
And then there's the painting itself,
which was hanging on your wall.
I'm sorry, but...
...Alice Vaughan, you are under arrest
for the following Federal felony offenses --
盗窃艺术品 诈骗 入室行窃
art theft, fraud, burglary,
money laundering, and racketeering.
You and your firm are given notice of Federal seizing
and forfeiture of all your assets.
You have the right to remain silent.
Anything you say can be held against you...
It wasn't her. It was me.
My name is Benjamin Jones.
I stole the painting, put it on her wall.
I robbed from her and her clients,
and framed her for everything.
I'm the one you need to arrest.
So you can let her go and take me.
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