Podcast 1: Criminal Podcast ThisIsCriminal.com
When Beverley Schottenstein’s husband Alvin died, she and her children sold their stake in his family’s business, worth an estimated 90 million dollars. Family relationships got complicated. It was hard to know who to trust. And what happened next surprised everyone. Beverley told us, “I was floored.”
Podcast 2: A Life’s Story by Leslie Gold Jam Street Media
Lies, fraud and just plain ripped off. This week on the first episode of the two-part season finale of A Life’s Story, our host Leslie Gold sits down with Beverley Schottenstein, a 94 year old woman who was defrauded by her two grandsons.
Podcast 3: A Life’s Story Part 2 by Leslie Gold Jam Street Media
Podcast 4: All Sides with Ann Fisher Podcast – The Schottenstein Family And Elder Abuse — All Sides with Ann Fisher Podcast
A financial industry arbitrator in early February sided with Beverley Schottenstein in an elder abuse case, ordering her two grandsons and JP Morgan Chase to pay her $19 million.
Evan and Avi Schottenstein handled their grandmother’s fortune, valued at more than $80 million, until JP Morgan let them go. Through their attorney, they said they acted in accordance with her wishes.
- Tom Schoenberg, senior reporter, Bloomberg News
- Beverley Schottenstein, of Bal Harbour, Fla.,
- Cathy Schottenstein Pattap, author of “Twisted: Conflict, Madness, and the Redemptive Power of a Granddaughter’s Love,” a book about her grandmother’s elder abuse trial, and an English teacher.
Podcast 5: At 93, She Waged War on JPMorgan—and Her Own Grandsons—Bloomberg Wealth Podcast
By Tom Schoenberg – February 17, 2021
Podcast 6: Elder financial abuse? Not on my watch! Beverley Schottenstein tells her story.
Podcast 7: Elder financial abuse? Not on my watch! Beverley Schottenstein tells her story. Part 2.
Podcast 8: Psychology of Aging – Elder Financial Abuse by Family Members: Schottenstein Family Story
Podcast 9: Women beyond a certain age with Denise Vivaldo