It sounds like the topic of a cheesy movie, like the 1985 Richard Prior flick “Brewsters Millions”, or the 2002 Adam Sandler movie Mr. Deeds, but this is no movie, this is real life, and a couple of homeless cave dwelling brothers are about to become Billionaires – Yes, that’s “B” as in “Billions”.
Zsold and Geza Peladi, two homeless brothers living in a cave in Budapest Hungary have made a living (If you can call it that) scavenging and selling junk. Very recently they were contacted by lawyers handling an estate of the maternal grandmother – with a net worth of $6.6 Billion!
The grandmother, who died in Wurttemberg Germany, had lost her only child, the mother of the brothers, and under German law, direct descendants are automatically entitled to a share of any estate.
The extensive estate will be shared between the two brothers and their sister who lives in the US.