With GOP gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino, it’s always business–even where family is concerned.
The Times reported yesterday that the Buffalo developer bought his aunt’s $87,000 home in 1995 for only $10,000 three years after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. He then transferred the property to his son, then a family trust, and finally Suzanne Brady, the woman who would father a child with the married man a few years later. According to the Post, Aunt Anna died a few years later in a nursing home having only receieved a fraction of the home’s value from Brady.
And you thought asbestos-laced bowling balls and bad tax breaks were the worst Paladino could do.