Thursday, June 23, 2011

Patricia Kluge-Widow Richest People

Former model and the 'Patricia Kluge-Widow Richest People in History' Now Claiming Bankruptcy NEW YORK - Patricia Kluge - socialite, a former belly dancer, nude model, and was once known as the richest widow in the world - to declare himself bankrupt. He became a byword after she separated from her husband, John Kluge, a billionaire and Gono-gini pocketed $ 1 billion.

Women who choose to live in a vast farmland of Virginia since the 1980's and then tried his fortune as a wine maker, filed a personal bankruptcy protection with her ??third husband.

Baghdad-born woman who received his usual upper-class London life before stating his wine business to fail. Starring porn The Nine Acres of Nakedness was later admitted was desperate and tried to raise money by selling his property for years.

She and her husband now, William Moses, has estimated debts of $ 50 million and do a bankruptcy filing. This couple's lawyer, Kermit Rosenberg, said both were struggling with managing their lives again, "Trying to let go of their debts and start living normal again."

Patricia Kluge acquired a 23,500 square foot Albemarle House and 3,000 acres of land in rural Virginia after being divorced from the media mogul and billionaire John W. Kluge, who died last September.

Bankruptcy petition comes after the failure of negotiations with three major banks, Rosenberg said.

The banks have taken over the couple's wine business, Albemarle House, and luxurious home environment that is still under development.

Rosenberg said the attempt to 'structure of the overall settlement' does not work.

Bank of America filed a lawsuit against Kluge in the U.S. District Court in Charlottesville, said that Kluge failed on three loans worth nearly 23 million U.S. dollars. The bank then seized Georgian-style brick house.

The couple also lost Kluge Estate Winery & Vineyard them after failing to pay debts worth nearly 35 million U.S. dollars. Donald Trump bought the majority of businesses in April, said he wanted to operate a vineyard.


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