What do You Think of the Spoiled Rich? Please Tell!


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My grandfather died twelve years ago. Grandmother (his wife) is still alive and is kept in a nursing home at over $6,000 per month. She is almost 90, has had dementia for almost a decade, and for some reason hasn't died like any other normal person would have done years ago, because she's an ancient tyrant.


Grandmother's youngest daughter started to manage affairs immediately, and took this to the limit by becoming guardian. This daughter is rich herself and has control over her mom's money, which is in excess of a million dollars.

She won't gift even a pittance of it to her siblings or hard-up relations, not even for tax purposes. She, her lawyers and the court system have made it clear that grandma must DIE first until anyone gets another red cent from her.

Meanwhile, the rich, religious daughter lives the good life and has two spoiled sons who are trust-funded and live in the most expensive cities in the USA.

Yet, how do you think this poor little rich girl would feel if she had to have her mother live with her in her big house, instead of in a facility with someone else changing the diaper?

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Seems She is Capable Financially
by: Anonymous

If the rich daughter is financially sound, why not? She earned it and has sense so why the concern? If people who earn and manage their financial responsibilities do well, they shouldn't just give away their money, especially to those who are irresponsible. I'd say her aged mother or grandmother is in good hands.

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