A teenage girl has sued her ‘evil’ half-brother for more than $100 million after being denied her late father’s estimated $2.3 billion fortune, according to newly filed legal documents. .
Sky, 15, is the child of late New York Magazine owner Bruce Wasserstein and his alleged mistress, Erin McCarthy.
The teenage girl sued five other Wasserstein children after they alleged they repeatedly refused to give her a share of the property. 6 pages report.
The outlet obtained a copy of the lawsuit, which claimed that Skye’s half-sister was a “bully” and worked to prevent the teen from receiving a portion of her estate.
The “bully” in question is said to be 45-year-old Pamela Wasserstein, president of Vox Media (which owns New York Magazine).
“This campaign against Sky has been pursued with particular zeal by Pam, who serves as Sky’s trustee, despite many conflicts and self-dealings,” court documents filed in the New York Substitute Court said. , page 6.
“By bullying, disfellowshipping, and ignoring Skye, Pam makes even Cinderella’s evil stepsisters, Drizella and Anastasia, seem benign in their actions,” the doc continued.
“But no Prince Charming came to the Wassersteins to save Skye.
Sky reportedly claimed to have been left with $1 million.
When Wasserstein died in 2009, the 61-year-old left a widow, two ex-wives and a mistress.
Wasserstein also had four residences, one each in London, Paris, Santa Barbara, California, and East Hampton, New York.
In addition to Skye’s five half-siblings (Pamela, Ben, Scoop, and teenagers Jack and Dash), Page Six gave birth to another child from an embryo McCarthy the couple created nine years after Wasserstein’s death. I also made it clear that
Sky was born in 2008 while Wasserstein was still married to his third wife, Claude.
Tuesday’s filing is the latest in an ongoing legal battle between the teen and her half-brother, Page Six reported.
Skye’s lawyers had previously claimed the half-brother was trying to trick the teen in dividing his fortune in Wasserstein’s estimated $120 million Hamptons home.
Page Six reported that Sky’s trust (controlled by his half-brother) was paid $6,566,700 and receives $30,000 in child support each month.
“Contrary to Bruce’s wishes and intentions, the Brotherhood Council rejected Skye’s attempts to establish a relationship with them. gone.
The document also states that “psychological and financial actions were taken along with other siblings and unfaithful trustees to rob Skye of her rightful share of her father’s multi-billion dollar fortune and banish her from the Wasserstein family. There is an ongoing conspiracy through bullying,” he said.
The US Sun has reached out to William D. Zabel and Taleah Jennings representing Sky.
Zabel told Page Six:
Teenage co-lawyer Talia Jennings also told the outlet: “
Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the Wasserstein Family Trust told Page Six: Wasserstein’s estate and family trusts were divided into equal-valued portions to each of his six heirs, with a judge approving the asset division framework many years ago.
“The executors and trustees have always acted in accordance with their fiduciary duties. We regret that this issue continues to be litigated. I will defend myself.”