Mean queen dethroned

Darnton, N.; Kantrowitz, B.
December 1989
Newsweek;12/25/1989, Vol. 114 Issue 26, p65
Reports that Judge John Walker Jr. sentenced Leona Helmsley to four years in jail, $7.1 million in fines and 750 hours of community service for tax evasion.


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