Leslie Bright said that the man claiming to be her husband who vanished 20 years ago is a fraud.
Lewis David Zagor made a fortune investing, but he lived in an apartment full of boxes and tchotchkes.
Mary Bright says Kwame Seku, a California amnesiac claiming to be her long-lost son, is the real deal.
The executors say part of their work involved handling the Queen of Mean's disgruntled employees.
Alfred Eisenstaedt's generosity is at the heart of a legal fight over the rights to his early work.
Mitchell Modell spent lavishly on steaks, Disney World trips and massages, his sister-in-law claims.
Jordanna Rose believes her granddad's records could help her career, court documents say.
The estate of finance whiz Martin Zweig says a firm kept a valuable Michael Jordan jersey and more.
The Riverside Language Program will likely close by September if it can't get emergency funding.
Steven Bruni has demanded that his dad's fourth wife, an ex-stripper, return the coins.
Leslie Bright says Kwame Seku, the man claiming to be her long-lost husband, is a liar.
Kwame Seku claims in court papers that a DNA test proves he is Winston Bright.
Squatters have defecated and caused a fire in an East 29th Street town house, court records claim.
Yehuda Sadok allegedly convinced the owner of a $30 million jewelry business that he was a Mossad agent.
Barbara Fischler was allegedly killed by her deranged son. Two years later, her other son killed himself.
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