Zsa Zsa Gabor

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Daughter Seeks Conservatorship Order

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s daughter is petitioning for the ailing actress to be placed under a court-ordered conservatorship.

Constance Francesca Hilton has filed documents at Los Angeles Superior Court requesting the independent management of her mother’s medical and financial affairs.

She is asking officials to decide whether Gabor is receiving the best care she can afford and whether she is being isolated or allowed to be with her friends and family.

Hilton is also seeking a ruling on whether her mother’s funds are being managed in her best interests.

Gabor is currently being cared for by her husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt. She has been in and out of the hospital since breaking her hip in a fall in July 2010.

A spokesman for Hilton’s legal team says, “This is not a proceeding about Ms. Hilton or Mr. Frederic von Anhalt… it is a proceeding where Zsa Zsa’s best interests are in the forefront. The court will listen to the perspective of both Ms. Hilton and Mr. von Anhalt, but Zsa Zsa’s best interests will control…”

“Zsa Zsa Gabor’s daughter had been waiting patiently for over a year to receive medical evaluations about her mother as well as financial documents from Mr. von Anhalt showing that he is capable of caring for her mother in a healthy and financially secure environment. He has refused.”


Zsa Zsa Gabor’s House Broken Into: Bat Pursuit, Paintings Lifted

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s financial woes have worsened after her California mansion was targeted by burglars in the early hours of Sunday (Feb 27).

The ailing actress’ husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, claims he was awoken by a loud sound in the middle of the night and found two men ransacking their sprawling Bel Air home.
He tells TMZ.com he attempted to chase the intruders out with a baseball bat, but fell and hurt his hip as they made their escape.
According to Von Anhalt, the burglars got as far as the living room and he believes they made off with several of the couple’s prized possessions, including paintings, a laptop, a camera and some statues.
Police were called to the scene to investigate the break-in.
The incident comes at a difficult time for the couple – Gabor, 94, has suffered a number of health problems in recent months and recently spent time in hospital to treat an infection in her amputated leg, while von Anhalt has been forced to put their home on the market in a bid to help pay her spiralling medical bills.