Victoria Lynn Morgan Net Worth

Victoria Lynn Morgan Net Worth is
$1.3 Million

Victoria Lynn Morgan Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Vicki Morgan was born on August 9, 1952 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA as Victoria Lynn Morgan. She was married to Robert Shulman, John David Carson and Earle Lamm. She died on July 7, 1983 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthAugust 9, 1952
Place Of BirthColorado Springs, Colorado, USA
Height5' 10" (1.78 m)
Star SignLeo
1Mistress of Alfred Bloomingdale, grandson of the founder of Bloomingdale's department store and a member of Ronald Reagan's "Kitchen Cabinet." In July 1982, represented by Marvin Mitchelson, she sued a now-dying Bloomingdale for breach of contract after his wife cut off his financial support; it was dismissed that September. A year after her death, a jury ordered Mrs. Bloomingdale to pay Morgan's estate $200,000 after it won an appeal of the dismissal.
2Vicki's story received considerable print coverage and in 1985 author Gordon Basichis wrote Beautiful Bad Girl: The Vicki Morgan Story.
3Bludgeoned to death with a baseball bat by her gay roommate who was dying of AIDS, there have also been many conspiracy theories as to why she was murdered. Supposedly Vicky's tell-all book was in the works that involved a number of top-ranked Reagan administration personnel caught up in deviant sexual trysts.
4She once hired famous Hollywood palimony attorney Marvin Mitchelson to file a multi-million dollar lawsuit for financial compensation as Bloomingdale's mistress. The pre-trial media coverage of the initial complaint revealed sordid details of the couple's deviant sexual relationship that grabbed headlines nationwide, causing considerable embarrassment amongst the Washington D.C. elite.
5Was working as an usher at Grauman's Chinese Theater when the teenager met 54-year-old Reagan-financier Alfred S. Bloomingdale, a married multi-millionaire from the famous New York City department store family, and became his mistress. His death from cancer, and the cut-off of funds, led to her quick demise.
6A high-profile model and murder victim who went to Hollywood in search of fame and got it as a tabloid sensation with her many dalliances with famous men including Alfred Bloomingdale.
7Murdered by her roommate Marvin Pancoast, whom she had met when both were patients at a mental health hospital.

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