Leona Helmsley Dog Death
June 15, 2011 by Post Team
Leona Helmsley Dog, The poodle richest in the world – a little white Maltese named problems – died at the age of 12 in her last days in luxury, every need tended to all day in Sarasota, Florida Problems arising from pampered lifestyle to its former owner, New York Hotel heiress Leona Helmsley, who died in 2007 and turned her back on family members to bequeath the bulk of her property, and 12 million to her dog.
Helmsley bought the beloved pet for comfort after the death of her husband, billionaire hotelier Harry Helmsley. A judge later toppled the inheritance of the dog and 2 million. Although the dog died in December, the news of her death was only reported this week.
The dog had lived a pampered life of luxury after its owner bought in a store in New York and driver pet around in a limousine.
In death, Helmsley earned her nickname, “Queen of Mean” by cutting their grandchildren and leaving a trust fund for the beloved pet.
Helmsley served 18 months in federal prison for tax evasion charges in the 1990′s.
But she left millions to her brother, Alvin Rosenthal. Was initially responsible for the care of Trouble. The other two grandchildren were saved from the final wrath and left 5 million each, provided they visit the grave of her father at least once a year.
But when her brother refused to care for the dogs after the death of Helmsley, Trouble was taken in a private jet to Florida.
He also states that when the Maltese is headed for the big cage in the sky, found next to her in the family mausoleum of 12,000 square meters Helmsley in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Westchester County, NY
Dirt hating Helmsley ordered that the mausoleum be “washed or steam cleaned at least once a year, which went to 3 million dollars.
Problems experienced the equivalent of 84 human years and lay the whole day at the Helmsley Sandcastle hotel in Sarasota.
The dog was blind and suffering from health problems before her death. His caretaker, Carl Lekic and 100,000 last year in their care – including 8.000 and 1200, and grooming and dog food.
Problems that had faced death threats 20-30 kidnapping, also retains a security guard full time, according to press reports.
His remains will be cremated “privately” spokeswoman Eileen Sullivan told the New York Daily News.
The dog’s trust funds will return to the Helmsley family trust, which supports charitable organizations, he said.
Lawyers say the will is the last chance for a person to seek revenge or reward to live, even if it means a beloved pet. Stories abound of wealthy eccentrics who speak from beyond her will.
At her death at 105 in 2007, the philanthropic Brooke Astor left and 250.000 Animal Medical Center of New York – specifically for the veterinary care of pets of the poor and old.
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