Alleged NYC gold digger sued for bilking real estate honcho’s fortune

Alleged NYC gold digger sued for bilking real estate honcho’s fortune

An accused gold digger tricked a wealthy Manhattan businessman into changing his will so she’d receive his multi-million dollar fortune — then whisked him off to Paris where he died “suddenly” from an “unexpected” illness, a stunning new lawsuit charges. 

Mary Djurasevic, now 52, met real estate honcho Stanley Walker when she was in her 40s and with “a history of partnering with much older, wealthy men,” tricking them into changing their wills “to her benefit,” according to the lawsuit, filed Tuesday by Walker’s sister Janet Mecca in Manhattan Supreme Court, and public records.

At some point during the couple’s years-long relationship, Djurasevic was added to Walker’s will but she learned that two other people were also listed as beneficiaries, so she started snooping around to figure out who they were, the lawsuit claims. 

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“For years prior to [Walker’s] death, [Djurasevic] contacted [Mecca] on a fairly regular basis under the guise of trying to reunite her with

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