When Kathleen Durst first disappeared from the Durst’s suburban New York home in 1982, Robert told investigators that he dropped her off at the train station, then spoke with her by phone once she in the city. He has always denied any involvement in his wife’s disappearance.

The family of his first wife think otherwise and are suing the New York real estate scion for $100 million, arguing he violated their right to bury her, reports Molly Hennessy-Fiske.


Read more at The Los Angeles Times



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