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July 14, 2018

Page Six: Luann de Lesseps accused of stealing from her own children

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Luann de Lesseps was recently sued by her two children and former husband after she allegedly stole from her kids, as reported by Page Six.

Alexandre de Lesseps, Luann’s first husband, her children, Victoria and Noel de Lesseps, filed a lawsuit against the 53-year-old Real Housewives of New York City star.

The suit was reported to be over a judgment in her divorce that she supposedly failed to follow through.

The court documents revealed that Luann failed to create a trust for her two children.

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The judgment in Luann’s divorce forced Alexandre to give up the deed of their former home in Bridgehampton, New York, to the star. In return, Luann agreed to create a trust for her two children.

Luann was also tasked to “fund the trust with an undivided one-half interest in and to the Marital Residence,” as revealed on the documents.

Recently, Alexandre, Victoria, and Noel claimed that Luan never made the trust and in November 2014, she sold the marital residence for $8 million.

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She allegedly used the money to purchase a new home in Southampton, New York worth $3.1 million.

As stated in the settlement, if the marital home would be sold, the money earned will be used to purchase another residence where the children shall continue to be the owners, or it can be used to create a trust.

Luan allegedly did not follow through, which raged her two kids and former husband causing them to file a lawsuit.

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The documents revealed that Luann had made threats to sell her home for more than half of its current value and leave the proceeds with Suffolk County, which can allow her to purchase a luxury home for herself in upstate New York.

Victoria, Noel, and Alexandre expressed their desire for Luann to follow through with the judgment and to stop her from listing or selling the home.

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