As reported in the SMH, Leona Helmsley left nothing in her will to two of her grandkids for "reasons that are known to them", and left $6m to each of the other two grandkids who were still on her good side - provided they visit their dad's grave at least once a year. They probably don't think that is too much to ask - except for the fact that she left more to her dog that the two of them got between them. The again, to put in into perspective, the dog is only getting a tiny percentage of the estate - most of the estimated billions are being left to charity.
What I wonder is who gets the balance of the dog's $12m trust fund when she eventually goes to join her mistress?
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