Updated Sunday, September 21, 2014 as of 2:10 PM ET

Should More of Leona Helmsley's Billion-Dollar Trust Help Dog Charities?

Leona Helmsley, widely regarded as the “Queen of Mean” before she died at age 87 in 2007, left behind a fortune valued by some to be worth $40 to $80 billion. She earmarked twelve million dollars to take care of her dog, Trouble, until the Judge reduced it to a paltry $2 million.

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