Thursday, December 02, 2010

No, Murdered Publicist Ronni Chasen Was Not Loved By All

Beverly Hills, CA—When Ronni Chasen was gunned down in her car last month in Beverly Hills it became obvious there was some very bad blood between her and someone else. has published a report that included a copy of the 1994 Last Will and Testament of the murdered women. This very wealthy murder victim stiffed her niece, Jill Gatsby, a near-do-well actress, singer etc. in the Will.

Chasen willed her a measly ten-spot as quoted in the document, "I have intentionally and with full knowledge of the consequences omitted to provide for my niece, Jill Cohen, also known as Jill Gatsby, except for the gift of $10."

It is customary to leave something to relatives you hate so they can’t later claim they were somehow forgotten and get a piece of your pie from some sympathetic probate judge.

Gatsby chose an entertainment career that has been stuck in park just as many thousands of others seeking fortune and fame in Hollywood. Ronni Chasen had the ability to promote anyone with minimal talent into a lucrative career. It is obvious Chasen was of no help to her niece.

On the other side of the coin Chasen had the ability to destroy a career in the entertainment business. Whatever created this rift seemed anything but insignificant.

As we speak Beverly Hills police detectives are looking for any connection between the dead murder suspect and Jill Gatsby. Any evidence of financial support would of course be incredibly damning. Of course the police are looking at every other possibility too.

Will there suddenly be a parade of witnesses coming forward telling police about this family feud? I don’t doubt for a second this whole ugly affair will become the best current show in Hollywood. The venue will be the Los Angeles County Superior Court.

One thing for sure this case is getting spicier by the minute.


Anonymous said...

Here are some other possible motives for Ronni's murder apat from her niece being excluded from the will, that are being tossed around in the world's press.

1) One prominent conspiracy theory is that Miss Chasen had a close friend or family member who had accumulated gambling debts of over £300,000 and the creditors were chasing her for money.
After she refused to pay up she was murdered, the conspiracy claims.

2) Others simply suggest that Miss Chasen was shot because of a personal feud - perhaps an expensive art deal had gone wrong, causing her to owe people alot of money?

3) Maybe the most far fetched, however, is that a Russian mob, who had invested in one of the films she had helped produce and were disappointed about their return, killed her as an act of revenge.

It appears unlikely but police are refusing to rule anything out at this stage.

4) Another, simpler, theory claims that the killer's motive was outright jeaously at her success at promoting award-winning films.

Anonymous said...

Looking at her picture, it appears that there were virtually no original parts left on Ms. Chasen.

I await more details with interest!

Anonymous said...

I truly dont thinkthat family feuding had anything to do with the murder.