Wal-Mart heiress Paige Laurie Dubbert has solidified her divorce against now ex-husband Patrick Bode Dubbert. The couple had been together for a strong 6 years. According to their publicists the couple has cited irreconcilable differences. Paige Laurie mainly known as daughter to Nancy-Walton Laurie, the youngest of three daughters of the Bud Walton family name. Bud Walton also known as, brother and business partner of the original Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton.
After the unfortunate death of James Bud Walton, in March 21, 1995, Miami, FL, Nancy Laurie and her sister Ann Walton were recorded inheriting an estimated 6 billion in Wal-Mart fortune. Having made headlines over a decade ago when Page Laurie's parents named the new University of Missouri in Columbia basketball facility after her. The family took many precautions, followed by a nice contribution of $25 million to the personal construction of the arena in order to firmly secure the naming rights and call the University Arena page sports arena; after their sports holding company Paige Sports Entertainment. One would find this odd sense Paige Laurie did not actually attend the University of Missouri. However not too long after, a scandal erupted after her former roommate at the University of Southern California revealed that the heiress had paid her $20,000 over four years to do her homework while attending the University of Southern California (USC).
Quickly after the Laurie’s' had given up naming rights to the basketball complex which today is actually named Mizzou arena. Paige volunteered to fairly hand over USC diploma for her unethical cheating actions. However regarding Ms. Laurie's divorce filing it is clear that the civil lawsuit that allegedly accuses Patrick Dubbert of embezzling more than hundreds of thousands of dollars on a retail operation that Ms. Laurie had been outputting in Malibu, holds some strong proof and evidence to back these accusations up. According to accusations Dubbert allegedly administrated himself as manager and hired a friend to play the part of co-manager setting him and his friend at an annual $70,000 per month in general construction not including the $250,000 per year based on Dubbert present salary.
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