Robert Durst Net Worth

Robert Durst Net Worth:
$65 Million
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Robert Durst net worth: Robert Durst is an American criminal who has a net worth of $65 million. Robert Durst was born in April 1943. Durst came to the attention of the media when his wife disappeared in the 1980s and once again the 2000s when he became the subject of a manhunt who was twice acquitted of murder charges.

Durst is the son of New York real estate mogul Seymour Durst and he is the brother of commercial developer Douglas Durst. Robert graduated from Lehigh University and became a real estate developer. He married Kathleen McCormack in 1973 and she disappeared in 1982. The case was unsolved for 18 years before it was re-opened by the New York State Police. Durst's friend Susan Berman was found murdered execution-style in 2000 and Durst was questioned but not charged. He was arrested in 2001 in Galveston, Texas after body parts of his elderly neighbor Morris Black were found in Galveston Bay. He missed his court hearing and became the first billion-dollar fugitive in the United States. Durst was caught in Pennsylvania shoplifting. He went on trial for the murder of Morris Black in 2003 but was acquitted. In 2004 he plead guilty to two counts of bond jumping and a count of evidence tampering. He was paroled in 2005 and picked up for violating the terms of his parole but later released in 2006. In 2014 he was arrested after exposing himself in a CVS drugstore and urinating on a rack of candy. Durst is the subject of the 2014 HBO documentary The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst.

Robert Durst Net Worth

Robert Durst

Net Worth:$65 Million
Date of Birth:1943
Nationality:United States of America
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