Recent Examples of heiress from the Web
But why should a wealthy woman, an heiress whose money comes from a successful industrial innovation, feel guilt about its use?
Kawananakoa's former lawyer, James Wright, is arguing that the heiress is impaired and unable to make decisions about the distribution of her assets.
The Philadelphia heiress used her $20 million fortune to found the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament in 1891 to educate African-American and Native American children.
Another woman who proved deeply inspirational to the collection was Millicent Rogers, the Manhattan heiress gone rogue who fled to an adobe house in New Mexico and traded Tiffany’s for turquoise.
The heiress and Kim Kardashian were best friends in the early 2000s during Paris’ The Simple Life reality TV show reign.
Her longtime lawyer persuaded a judge to appoint him trustee, arguing a stroke over the summer left the heiress impaired.
After the sudden death of her family, firearms heiress Sarah Winchester becomes convinced that she's haunted by the souls of those killed by guns.
The heiress, who launched her cosmetics line in 2015, was accused of copying the work of beauty YouTuber NikkieTutorials.
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