The Broward Circuit, Fla., Court lawsuit is a page turner worthy of a bestseller: A housekeeper employed only months by a Holocaust survivor in Monaco ends up in control of a $400 million fortune after he dies under “suspicious” circumstances.

The lawsuit claims the woman manipulated the widow, who was suffering from dementia, and cheated a number of Israeli charitable, education and research organizations that were the rightful beneficiaries.

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