August 12, 2022

Did an Accountant with a Penchant for Sex Chats with Underage Girls Rip Off a Wealthy Heiress?

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Maybe! That’s what the Manhattan’s DA office would like to know.

In a story that Dick Wolf is certain to get ahold of, an accountant – who is admitted perv – and a lawyer are being “probed” for their management of a wealthy heiress’s fortune.

You see, Irving Kamsler – the accountant – apparently got bored managing multi-millions for copper heiress Huguette Clark and got to poking around on the Internet. He ended up pleading guilty in 2008 and was sentenced to probation, “for engaging in sexual Web chats with detectives whom he believed were girls as young as 13 and sending porn to one of them,” (plot-line twist!).


Presumably Kamsler was out of hobbies and he refocused his energy on managing the money of Ms. Clark.

Kamsler, along with Clark’s attorney, Wallace Bock, have been overlooking the heiress’s fortune for years but now the Manhattan District Attorney’s office was curious why the “elderly eccentric” had spent ‘forever’ (according to one aide) at Beth Israel hospital.

This all came about after MSNBC got to wondering aloud about Huguette’s whereabouts. More or less asking, “Why on Earth is she in a dingy hospital (have you been to Beth Israel?) and not in her 42-room 5th Ave. apartment or sprawling estates in Santa Barbara or Connecticut?”

The DA’s probe into whether Kamsler and Bock were properly managing Clark’s money is ongoing but if you’re going by Kamsler’s looks alone, you can easily conclude that they’ve got every reason to be suspicious.

Empty mansions are legacy of mystery heiress Huguette Clark [MSNBC]
‘Princess’ of Beth Israel [NYP]

Maybe! That's what the Manhattan's DA office would like to know.

In a story that Dick Wolf is certain to get ahold of, an accountant – who is admitted perv – and a lawyer are being "probed" for their management of a wealthy heiress's fortune.

You see, Irving Kamsler – the accountant – apparently got bored managing multi-millions for copper heiress Huguette Clark and got to poking around on the Internet. He ended up pleading guilty in 2008 and was sentenced to probation, "for engaging in sexual Web chats with detectives whom he believed were girls as young as 13 and sending porn to one of them," (plot-line twist!).

Presumably Kamsler was out of hobbies and he refocused his energy on managing the money of Ms. Clark. Kamsler, along with Clark's attorney, Wallace Bock, have been overlooking the heiress's fortune for years but now the Manhattan District Attorney's office was curious why the "elderly eccentric" had spent 'forever' (according to one aide) at Beth Israel hospital. This all came about after MSNBC got to wondering aloud about Huguette's whereabouts. More or less asking, "Why on Earth is she in a dingy hospital (have you been to Beth Israel?) and not in her 42-room 5th Ave. apartment or sprawling estates in Santa Barbara or Connecticut?"

The DA's probe into whether Kamsler and Bock were properly managing Clark's money is ongoing but if you're going by Kamsler's looks alone, you can easily conclude that they've got every reason to be suspicious.

Empty mansions are legacy of mystery heiress Huguette Clark [MSNBC] 
'Princess' of Beth Israel [NYP]

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