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Lee and her 70-year-old brother, Lewis Burton, died at the scene, Stephens said, and Lee's 3-year-old grandson, Karter Lee, died after being removed from the home for medical treatment.
After the elder Getty (Christopher Plummer) refuses to meet the Italian kidnappers’ initial demand for $17 million for the return of his grandson, nicely portrayed by Charlie Plummer (no relation), the ransom eventually drops to $4 million.
After complying three times, the man became suspicious and contacted his grandson, who denied the incident.
Queen Elizabeth's grandson Harry and his American fiancee are to tie the knot at Windsor Castle, the monarch's palace to the west of London, in May with thousands of visitors expected to visit the town to celebrate the occasion.
The Mavericks led 49-39 with 6:27 remaining after Kam Scott's 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, but the Scots, led by quarterback John Stephen Jones – grandson of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones – rallied for two TDs in the final 2:06.
All the Money in the World, also starring Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams, recounts the story of the kidnapping of J. Paul Getty's grandson.
The queen was joined by her husband, Prince Philip, and close family members including grandson Prince William and his wife, Kate, who is expected to give birth to the couple's third child in the spring.
Only when the kidnappers mailed his grandson’s severed ear and a lock of hair to an Italian newspaper, did Getty agree to get involved, negotiating a deal to pay a total of $2.9 million.
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