Cark's million dollar gifts in question

Associated Press
FILE- In this Aug. 11, 1930 file photo, Huguette Clark, daughter of the late copper magnate Sen. William A. Clark of Montana, is seen in Reno, Nev., after being granted a divorce. An official overseeing Clark's estate says that recipients of gifts lavished upon them during the reclusive multimillionaire's long life must return a whopping $37 million of the $400 million estate because they allegedly maneuvered and exploited Clark, who died last year at 104.  A separate fight is roiling over what will ultimately become of her money. (AP Photo/File)

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Administrator Ethel J. Griffin is trying to reclaim an astonishing $37 million for the estate of Copper Heiress Huguette Clark, claiming recipients manipulated the reclusive multimillionaire into lavishing largesse upon them during her long life.

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