Where there’s a will, there’s usually a pet in it

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  • Saturday, 03 Jun 2017

LEONA Helmsley was a businesswoman whose business model seemed to be so tyrannical that the press bestowed unto her the affectionate sobriquet “Queen of Mean”.

Yet when she passed away in 2008, the same press were astonished to discover that said Meanie had left Trouble, her pet dog, US$12mil. Clearly, the press had not known the Trouble that she’d seen.

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