This little rich girl has got a lot of problems.
Fifteen year old Georgia Inman — who’s poised to inherit half of tobacco heiress Doris Duke’s $60 million fortune — filed papers in Manhattan Surrogate’s Court Thursday claiming JPMorgan and Citibank, which each control half of the trust fund she shares with twin brother Walker Inman Jr., fueled years of abuse on the siblings by funneling money to her late heroin-addled dad Walker Sr. and ex-con stepmom Daralee.
“I lived this nightmare being abused by drug addicts while my real mom fought to save my brother and me,” Georgia, who now lives with her biological mother Daisha in Utah said in the 13-page affidavit.
“My brother and I lived through something real bad for a long time. I was treated worse than dogs, locked in a room. Living on the floor in our own waste,” she said. “That was probably the kindest thing that happened to us in our over 10 years of hell.