24 year old man loses his 82 year old wife

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Before anyone says anything, she had almost nothing when they married since everything was put under his name long before.

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Before anyone says anything, she had almost nothing when they married since everything was put under his name long before.

So, is this a role reversal "thing", whereby she has mega-millions and he claims to have married her for love and then when she passes-away, he trashes the whole family in pursuit of millions whilst claiming "true love, the family only want the money, the money means nothing to me, she had qualities that people will never understand, I know what people think but the money is not important, etc etc etc"? (Whilst issuing law suits to anyone that tries to claim more than the price of a McDonalds Big Mac against the estate).

 

If there is millions involved then he has good precedent, just google on "women that have contributed absolutely nothing to the relationship except for excessive spending habits whilst sitting at home and have married for the husbands income"...Easy, then hire one of their solicitors. :ph34r:

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So, is this a role reversal "thing", whereby she has mega-millions and he claims...

You quoted me but did not read me.

Before they marrried he owned already everything, and he still married her.

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I saw the interviews right after the wedding in TV.

One can always be wrong with these things, but he is so gay. And he also doesn't look very mentally stable,

 

When he was 15, his mother died (a friend of the lady), and the old lady invited him to live with her, and they've been living together ever since.

After a few years, she told him how he felt for him and suggested to move things forward in their relationship.

If the genders have been the opposite, the old man wouldn't be "so sweet" and probably just and old pervert.

I read somewhere that she said that the wedding was to guarantee that he wouldn't have money problems when she died, and she was the one who suggested the marriage. Apparently she is all that he has (no friends, doesn't speak with his brothers...)

But since she had already put everything under his name, the only gain would be a pension form the State, which is quite ridiculous.

 

I don't know; they were special for each other, and she assumed the responsibility of taking care of him and they lived together for a lot of years. In the middle she wanted another relationship and probably with her heart problems she tried to guarantee that he would be OK after her time. Marriage was easier than adoption probably.

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After a few years, she told him how he felt for him and suggested to move things forward in their relationship.

If that was the case, doesnt sound like she ever had adoption in mind... dirty old bird.

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We don't know the adoption laws in Argentina, there could be for example an age limit or other obstacles. In 1983 Herbert Wehner, a prominent German politician, married his second wife's daughter, i.e. his step-daughter, who had worked as his secretary and caretaker for years in order that she could receive a decent pension. He was 76, she was well into her 50s so he could not adopt her.

 

 

In zweiter Ehe war er seit 1944 mit Charlotte Burmester, geborene Clausen, verheiratet. Nach deren Tod 1979 heiratete er 1983 ihre Tochter, also seine Stieftochter, Greta Burmester, um ihr erbrechtliche Vorteile und eine von seiner Pension ausgehende Hinterbliebenenpension (Witwenrente) zu verschaffen. Sie hatte schon Jahrzehnte ihrem Stiefvater als Sekretärin und Betreuerin gedient. Nach der Wende und Wehners Tod zog Greta Wehner nach Dresden und gründete im Mai 2003 die Herbert-und-Greta-Wehner-Stiftung.
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And of course, there are scientific terms for all that. From Wikipedia:

 

 

A person who has a sexual preference for the elderly is a gerontophile. Specialised terms are alphamegamia for the attraction to an older man and anililagnia for the attraction to an older woman.

 

 

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On a similar note, I one had a dinner jacket that needed to be altered to fit me, when I went to pick it up the tailor asked me if I wanted to meet an older womwn who would pay me for sex. I said no and left the shop but thinking about it afterwards I should have least asked to see a photo! :lol:

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