Case Bettencourt: Françoise Bettencourt Meyers enters again the guardianship judge
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Case Bettencourt: Françoise Bettencourt Meyers enters again the guardianship judge

Gap : France | Jun 08, 2011 at 12:54 AM PDT
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Bettencourt-Meyers had been seeking to have her 88-year-old mother declared mentally unfit

The Bettencourt family is torn again. While both parties had reconciled, in December 2010 under a Memorandum of Understanding, Françoise Bettencourt Meyers, supported by his two son, petitioned the guardianship court Courbevoie, Tuesday, June 7, new applications to ensure better legal protection of his mother, Lillian.

In his application, which Le Monde has learned that it considers such "concerns have emerged that have raised fears of new abuses against the interests of M meLiliane Bettencourt " . Discussed, in particular, "the protection of the person" the billionaire, but also "the management of his property" .

Françoise Bettencourt Meyers also ensures the victim of "a real denigration" .According to him, several people, including the nurse and doctor heir to L'Oreal, would constitute a real security cordon to avert it. "reconstitutes itself around M ILiliane Bettencourt circle claiming emotional to the detriment of his family " , is the query.

"ALTERED COGNITIVE"

The approach of Françoise Bettencourt Meyers to the guardianship judge comes as the magistrate has found the weakness of the billionaire. In an order dated March 25 and Le Monde also reveals, Judge Courbevoie believes that "cognition M me Liliane Bettencourt are significantly altered by brain disease " and they put the billionaire inthe "impossibility of fill one's interests " .

The interests of M me Bettencourt is currently managed by M e Pascal Wilhemwhich has a mandate for future protection that had been entrusted, January 20, 2011, following the MoU signed between Françoise Bettencourt Meyers and mother.

However, according to the complaint filed Tuesday before the judge, M e Wilhelm remained the board of M me Bettencourt, thereby creating the conditions for a conflict of interest. The request highlights in particular the recent investment by Liliane Bettencourt in a partnership businessman Stephane Courbit, including M eWilhelm is also a lawyer. Françoise Bettencourt Meyers demands to be heard by the court of guardianship, not ruling out a possible confrontation with M e Wilhelm.

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