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A woman purporting to be the long-lost daughter of a late Long Island developer is laying claim to his $94 million fortune.
Ashley Mengoni, 31, says she is the child of Fred Mengoni, whose portfolio includes at least six rental apartment buildings on the Upper East Side, a Manhattan home and the well- known “White House” in East Hampton, a stunningly rebuilt mid-18th century Colonial on Woods Lane.
The article goes on to state the following:
The young woman says she was a product of Mengoni’s brief 1986 marriage to Christine Foisy.
But Fred Mengoni’s longtime lawyer, the executor of his estate, denies it.
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Today’s #ItalianADay is Fred Mengoni, an #ItalianAmerican #cyclist who was inducted into the @USBHOF in 1994, and was a longtime mentor in the United States #cycling community. Via @velonews. #italian https://t.co/GeSxuH05eM
— NIAF (@niaforg) February 8, 2018
We mourn the passing of a true legend and benefactor of cycling, Fred Mengoni. He was inducted in #USBHOF in 1994. Our deepens condolences to his family and friends. https://t.co/8vnhdTH5fE pic.twitter.com/rKc4TCn3Cw
— US Bicycling HOF (@USBHOF) February 6, 2018
Fred Mengoni, 94, was a true benefactor of pro cycling in the U.S. He sponsored teams and races, helped the careers of Bauer, LeMond and Hincapie and was inducted into the Bicycling Hall of Fame. He rode his bike in Central Park until late into his long life. RIP, Fred…. https://t.co/JbYCtsbVDS
— John Wilcockson (@johnwilcockson) February 3, 2018
A grand seigneur and massive supporter of North America cycling. US immigrant who realized the American dream and then gave a lot back to cycling. RIP Fred Mengoni, Grazie Mille. Was an honor to have known you. https://t.co/BuDWBX6JVQ
— Paul Sherwen (@PaulSherwen) February 3, 2018
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