A local multimillionaire philanthropist’s son spent several days behind bars for allegedly stalking his mother while demanding money from her. He has also threatened to spill the beans on what he refers to as “family secrets” and scared her to the point that she thinks she should wear a bullet-proof vest.
It’s a story the Pope family likely would have published in the 1980s when they owned the Lantana-based National Enquirer.
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Staff writers Daphne Duret and Barbara Marshall contributed to this story.