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Kawananakoa takes witness stand in her defense

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS / OCT. 25
                                Abigail Kawananakoa, left, sits next to her wife, Veronica Gail Worth, while the couple’s Chihuahua sits on her lap during a court hearing in Honolulu. In 2018 a judge had ruled that Kawananakoa was incapable of making complex changes to her trust and other related decisions.

    ASSOCIATED PRESS / OCT. 25

    Abigail Kawananakoa, left, sits next to her wife, Veronica Gail Worth, while the couple’s Chihuahua sits on her lap during a court hearing in Honolulu. In 2018 a judge had ruled that Kawananakoa was incapable of making complex changes to her trust and other related decisions.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                Abigail Kawananakoa, the 93-year-old Campbell Estate heiress, testified in 1st Circuit Court Monday during a hearing to help determine whether she needs a conservator to oversee her $215 million trust.

    ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Abigail Kawananakoa, the 93-year-old Campbell Estate heiress, testified in 1st Circuit Court Monday during a hearing to help determine whether she needs a conservator to oversee her $215 million trust.

Abigail Kawananakoa denied she had a stroke, accused her former attorney of lying and disputed the need for independent oversight of her financial affairs during more than an hour of court testimony that was open to the public Monday afternoon. Read more

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