Sure, the Queen of Mean, Leona Helmsley, hotelier and real estate magnate, left $2 million in her will to her dog, Trouble. But that is nothing compared to what other dogs may receive from the charitable trust of Helmsley, who died last August.
According to two
sources, who remain
profess to having seen
the document, desribe
the conditions are
specified in a two page
The entire trust, valued
at $5-$8 billion and
amounting to virtually her entire estate, is to be used for the care and welfare of dogs. A provision of the mission statement allows Helmsley’s trustees to use their discretion in distributing the money. However, some lawyers say the statement may not mean much, given that its directions were not incorporated into Helmsley’s will or the trust documents.
Oh well, at least Trouble is set for puppy life.
Link: NYTimes– “Helmsley’s Fortune…”