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Update VIDEO-RICH Heir Durst Acquitted of 3>SUSPECTED of 5 Murders

Multi-Million Dollar Real Estate Heir and Subject of HBO's 'The Jinx' Robert Durst ARRESTED for Murder in New Orleans Amid His Decade Old Connection to Three Unsolved and Suspicious Deaths

  • Real estate heir, 71, arrested with out of state warrant from Los Angeles
  • Show about his suspected LA killing of Susan Berman in 2000 airs tonight
  • Victim was to be questioned about 1982 disappearance of Durst's wife
  • Durst went on trial for 2001 killing of Morris Black but was acquitted
Daily Mail UK, 15 March 2015






Real-estate heir Robert Durst, 71, the subject of the HBO documentary The Jinx,was arrested in New Orleans on Sunday with an out-of-state warrant issued by the Los Angeles County police, pictured center last night.

Durst has been suspected of killing his friend Susan Berman in Los Angeles in 2000, pictured bottom right, and suspected of foul play in the 1982 disappearance of his first wife Kathleen, pictured with him top right. Durst was tried in the grisly 2001 murder of his neighbor Morris Black in Galveston Texas but was found not guilty after claiming the killing was in self-defense.



Durst whose family own huge swathes of million-dollar Manhattan real estate has been the subject of HBO series The Jinx and answered questions about his involvement in the suspicious deaths for the first time, publicity poster left. It is unclear if his appearance on the ongoing series is related to his arrest.

Real-estate heir Robert Durst, who is thought to be linked to three killings, was arrested in New Orleans on Sunday.
A warrant issued by the Los Angeles Police Department was used to arrest the 71-year-old millionaire.

He was arrested around 8pm Saturday night at the JW Marriot on a probably cause warrant for the Beverly Hills murder of his friend Susan Berman in 2000, FBI Los Angeles spokesman Laura Eimiller told Daily Mail Online.

Durst has long been suspected of killing Ms Berman, and is the subject of the recent HBO documentary miniseries The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst.

Ms Emiller said that Mr Durst had been living at the hotel and was recognized in the building's lobby by agents after discussions about his arrest between the FBI, LA police and local authorities had been going on for the last couple of days.





Robert Durst, (pictured) 71, was arrested in New Orleans Saturday night with an out-of-state warrant from Los Angeles County









Durst was questioned in 2000 after the death of his longtime friend and elderly neighbor Susan Berman, who was going to speak to police about the disappearance of Kathleen McCormack (top, with Durst)



Durst's lawyer Chip Lewis said that his client would not fight extradition to California and he is expected to be in court on Monday

'He's maintained his innocence for years,' Mr Lewis said. 'Nothing has changed.'
'It's all about Hollywood now,' he said, adding that the arrest was probably orchestrated by the entertainment industry.

The show has stirred up interested in the case again after her stepson Sareb Kaufman gave the filmmakers a letter from Durst to his mother a year before her death from a gunshot wound to the back of the head.
It has similar handwriting and the same spelling mistake as one sent to police alerting them of her murder right before Christmas.

Some suspect that Ms Berman played a role in the disappearance of Dursts's wife Kathleen

Authorities in Los Angeles, who have long thought Durst sent the murder letter, have reopened the investigation into Ms Berman's murder after receiving the letter.


The killing took place right before she was scheduled to be questioned about the 1982 disappearance of Durst's first wife Kathleen McCormack in New York.
Mr Lewis said he had 'no doubt we will present a most compelling defense' in the case against his client.

Berman, whose father was a mafia boss, was seen as acting as Durst's unofficial spokesman after his wife's disappearance, in which the heir was suspected by many of foul play.
Some have also thought that Ms Berman helped Durst bury Ms McCormack in New Jersey

Durst, who has spoken openly to the HBO series, said that he was 'complicit in Kathie's not being here' last month.
He also admitted to forcing her to have an abortion in 1976 and physically abusing her.

The millionaire was tried in the grisly 2001 murder of his neighbor Morris Black in Texas.
He was found not guilty in 2003 after claiming the killing was in self-defense, but he admitted to dismembering the body, putting it in bags and dumping it in Galveston Bay.

Durst had moved to Texas and was pretending to be a mute woman named Dorothy Ciner at the time of the killing.













Durst was arrested in Pennsylvania for trying to steal a chicken sandwich while jumping bail before his trial for the murder of Morris Black (top)


Durst was found not guilty in the 2000 killing of Morris Black in Galveston, Texas, but he admitted to dismembering the body

The suspected early 2000s murders followed Durst's estrangement from his family, which are heirs to the real estate fortune amassed by his father New York developer Seymour Durst.
Robert did not take up tee reigns of his father's empire, which were instead given to his younger brother Douglas.
The estranged Durst later regained $65 million in a court settlement with his family.

Beyond the HBO documentary, his life is the inspiration for the movie All Good Things, which was also directed by The Jinx's filmmaker Andrew Jarecki.
His bizarre cases have captivated audiences with his eccentricities, which have included dressing up in fake mustaches while a fugitive.








Durst divorced Kathleen McCormack (top) in 1990, angering her family by not telling them. He remarried to Debrah Lee Charatan (bottom during his 2003 trial) in December 2000, shortly before Susan Berman was killed



He was arrested for the Black trial after he shaved all the hair and eyebrows, skipped town on $300,000 bail and was arrested in Pennsylvania for trying to steal a chicken sandwich despite the fact that he was carrying money.
He served about three years in prison for his bail offense.

He was fined $500 last year after peeing on a candy rack at a Houston CVS pharmacy in July.

Durst has remarried to Debrah Lee Charatan, who is seen on the HBO show, on December 11, 2000, shortly before Ms Berman died.

He divorced Ms McCormack in 1990, angering her family by not reaching out to them.

His net worth was estimated to be just under $100million earlier this year,

Forbes estimates that the Durst family has $4.4billion.









The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, which delves into the 2000 murder of Susan Berman, will air its sixth and final episode tonight on HBO






Durst (pictured) said that he shot Black with a handgun (pictured) in self-defense during a 2001 altercation, and was found not guilty of murder


His net worth was estimated to be just under $100million earlier this year

Forbes estimates that the Durst family has $4.4billion.


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Update re: VIDEO-Multi Mil$ Heir Durst Acquitted of 3>SUSPECTED of 5 Murders

Robert Durst's Wife has not Spoken to him Since Explosive Documentary Aired and is Living with his Lawyer

  • Robert Durst's wife Debrah Lee Charatan is reportedly no longer supporting the millionaire real estate scion as he faces new murder charge
  • Durst is expected to be charged with first-degree murder in the death of his friend Susan Berman, who was killed on Christmas Eve 2000
  • Charatan, who wed Durst in 2000, is said to have advised Durst against doing the recent documentary The Jinx, and has not spoken to him since
  • She is also reportedly living with one of Durst's lawyers, Steven I. Holm
  • Charatan, the daughter of Polish immigrants who escaped the Nazis, met Durst in 1988 and the two wed in 2000
  • Both admit that they only wed so Charatan could eventually receive Durst's inheritance, though now she cannot be compelled to testify against him
Daily Mail UK, 31 March 2015

(During the filming of The Jinx, Durst was secretly taped in a bathroom talking to himself- and he admitted killing all 3 people-
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Robert Durst's wife has not spoken to him since explosive documentary, The Jinx, aired and is now living with his lawyer, it has been revealed.

In the aftermath of the documentary, which outlined the life of real estate scion Robert Durst and his possible involvement in multiple murders, many wished to know more about his wife of 15 years, Debrah Lee Charatan.

Charatan, a self-made real estate executive, was briefly featured in the documentary in a clip from years earlier as she gave testimony to police pertaining to the her husband's murder of Morris Black in Galveston, Texas, but other than that did not participate in the film.

Now it has been revealed that Charatan not only advised Durst against participating in the documentary, but also has not spoken to him since it premiered and has been living with his lawyer.
This as the final episode featured audio of Durst possibly admitting to committing these murders, saying he 'killed them all' during a moment when the cameras were off but his microphone was still on.

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Robert Durst's wife Debrah Lee Charatan is reportedly no longer supporting the millionaire real estate scion and has been living with his lawyer, Steven I. Holm (above)





Durst (above) is expected to be charged with first-degree murder in the death of his friend Susan Berman, who was killed on Christmas Eve 2000


The Times writes that Charatan seems to have taken a step back from her husband recently, no longer travelling with him and living with Steven I. Holm, one of his lawyers.
Charatan and Holm were even photographed together at a Central Park event in 2010, though the extent of their relationship is not known and Charatan refused requests for comment from the paper.

Authorities are now looking to question Charatan as they believe her husband is responsible for murdering his friend Susan Berman on Christmas Eve of 2000, just two weeks after he wed Charatan.
The incident occurred shortly after Berman, a lifelong confidant of Durst, contacted the man to let him know that police wished to speak with her regarding the disappearance of his first wife Kathie in 1982, who to this day has never been found.





Many believe Durst also knows about the disappearance of his first wife Kathie (above) who was last seen in 1982






Both Durst and Charatan have previously revealed that they were only married so that she could receive his estate and inheritance should he die, and so the money would not go back into the family business.



Durst remained upset that his father Seymour had selected his younger brother Douglas to run the Durst Organization in 1994, and thus did not want the $2million he received every year from a trust to go to the company should he die.

'It was our understanding that unless I was married to him, I couldn’t benefit from any of the trusts,' Charatan said in a deposition while being questioned about the Black incident, in which her husband was ultimately found by a jury to be acting in self defense when he shot the man and then dismembered his body.
Because of their marriage however, Charatan cannot be compelled to testify against her husband as he faces possible new charges in the death of Berman, and even if she did, Durst would likely have her testimony blocked.




Charatan, who wed Durst (above in his booking photo following his arrest for the Morris Black murder) in 2000, is said to have advised Durst against doing the recent documentary The Jinx



Meanwhile, reports that Charatan could also face aiding and abetting charges stemming from Durst's recent arrest in New Orleans as authorities believe he was trying to flee the country for Cuba, seem to be unfounded as she not only was not speaking to to him at that time but also was not responsible for sending him the $117,000 in cash that arrived shortly after he was taken into police custody on a warrant from Los Angeles County who wished to extradite him and charge him with murder in the death of Berman.
That money it seems came from another woman in New York, who sent it to Durst in luggage that was also filled with shoes after he called her upon his arrival in New Orleans.

Charatan has never said much about her husband, frequently refusing to comment about the man who she met at a real estate dinner in 1988, and has kept a very low profile in recent weeks as new charges have been brought against him.
In addition to the murder charge in California, he also faces charges in New Orleans as he had a gun and sizable amount of marijuana on him at the time of his arrest.

When Durst was arrested for murdering Black however, Charatan was the first person he called; handling his money, helping him decide what lawyer to hire and frequently flying to Texas for the trial.

And while much has been made of Durst's tragic childhood and his mother's death by suicide when he was just a young boy, Charatan had an equally troubling youth.
Her parents both came from Poland having survived the Nazis, her father losing his foot in a landmine explosion and her mother, an orphan, having been taken in and hidden by a Christian family.

Charatan worked hard to make herself a success, once noting; 'I knew if I couldn’t be a star, I wouldn’t be happy.'
Along the way she made many friends, and more than a few foes, in the industry.




Both Durst (above) and Charatan admit that they only wed so she could eventually receive Durst's inheritance, though she also now cannot testify against him in court



The Jinx director on the moment he heard Durst's 'confession'






Durst was said to be drawn to the fact that she had worked her way up in the male dominated industry, and helped her out financially as she went through a difficult divorce and custody hearing as well as numerous lawsuits from agents who claimed they had not received their promised commission from Charatan.

She remains involved in real estate now, having recently taken her $20million share of Durst's $65million settlement from his claims against his family trust, to start a new company with her son, who she reconnected with roughly 10 years ago after not having spoken to the boy for 15 years.

They have an investment office in the Union Square section of Manhattan, and Charatan also recently sold the Fifth Avenue apartment Durst helped her to buy in 1997 and the Bridgehampton home the two shared.

Durst meanwhile is being held in a psychiatric correctional center outside New Orleans.

Robert Durst at Center of HBO's 'Jinx' Arrested on Murder Warrant



Durst's Secret Confession





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Vermont Police Reveal They Searched Robert Durst's Former Home Last Year and Want to Speak to Him About College Girl who Disappeared After Visiting His Store in 1971

  • Lynne Schulze, 18, vanished in Middlebury, Vermont in 1971, at a time when Durst owned a health food store in town called All Good Things
  • Investigators searched Durst's former property in the area last year but found 'nothing of interest in this case'
  • On the day she vanished, Miss Schulze bought prunes from Durst's store and was seen at a bus stop across the street
  • Durst was not questioned at the time of the teen's disappearance; police made the connection following an anonymous tip in 2012
  • The 71-year-old is accused of the murder of friend Susan Berman in 2000

Police in Vermont are desperate to speak to Robert Durst after he was linked to a teenage girl who went missing 44 years ago.


College student Lynne Schulze, 18, vanished in Middlebury, Vermont in 1971, at a time when Durst owned a health food store in town called All Good Things. She was last seen standing at a bus stop opposite the store.

Middlebury police chief Tom Hanley said at a press conference on Tuesday that Durst's name was first connected with the missing girl in 2012, following a tip from a member of the public about him owning the store but who was unaware of his link to Schulze.

Investigators searched Durst's former property in the area last year but found 'nothing of interest in this case', the chief told a press conference on Tuesday afternoon.

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College student Lynne Schulze, 18, vanished in Middlebury, Vermont in 1971, at a time when Durst owned a health food store in town called All Good Things. She was last seen at a bus stop opposite the store after buying prunes inside



On the day she vanished, Miss Schulze, who was a freshman at Middlebury College, was seen at 12.30pm across the street from Durst's store at a bus stop, eating prunes she had bought inside.
She was trying to catch a bus to New York City on December 10, the case's lead detective Kristine Bowdish said on Tuesday, but it had already left.

The teen returned to her nearby college dorm room at 12.45pm and remained there for ten minutes.
At 1pm, her final exam began but she did not attend. At 2.15pm she was seen once again at the bus stop across from the health food store. She has not been seen since.

Miss Schulze was last seen wearing blue jeans, a maroon sweater, parka and boots. She was 5'2', around 105lb and had severe acne at the time.
All her possessions including her ID were left at her college room.
She was not reported missing until December 16 when her parents, who lived in Simsbury, Connecticut, contacted police.

Fellow students had not noticed she was missing for several days in the ebb and flow of the end of term.





Middlebury Police Detective Kristine Bowdish points to a photograph of the building where Robert Durst owned the All Good Things health food store in the 1970s. The store is near where Middlebury College student Lynne Schulze, was spotted December 10, 1971, the day she was last seen


Her parents had asked that their daughter's disappearance be kept quiet for several weeks. It was finally made public on January 24, 1972.

Durst, who owned the Middlebury health store for two years and lived in the area with wife Kathleen, was not questioned in 1971, police said on Tuesday. The original investigator in the case has been dead for 20 years.
Police admitted there was no indication that Miss Schulze and Durst had ever met or interacted.

However Chief Hanley said that Durst was 'a person who had a proximate connection with the missing person' and that they were cooperating with other agencies, including the FBI, for an opportunity to talk with the 71-year-old real estate scion.

'When it involves Robert Durst, it's a broad scope we have to deal with on this,' Hanley said.
He added that police had been 'following the news...and trying to get as many memories going as possible'.

The student's disappearance was classed as an open missing person case and a possible homicide. Chief Hanley said there was 'assumed wrongdoing'.
The Schulze case had been reopened in 1992 after police received several leads but they came to nothing.





The missing college student was the latest suspicious case to be linked to Durst who has also been dogged by questions about his first wife's disappearance in New York


Robert Durst lawyer had no hope at all judge would grant bail





It was not until 2012 that a citizen called Middlebury police and told them Durst had owned the store.



Durst, is currently awaiting extradition to California to face a murder charge for the 2000 execution-style killing of his friend Susan Berman, was denied bail on Monday in New Orleans.

Durst, who recently featured in the HBO documentary 'The Jinx', must remain in Louisiana on weapons charges until his next court date on April 2, a judge ruled, finding him a likely flight risk and a potential danger to others.

Middlebury police said the 2012 tip about Durst did not come from the producers of the HBO show.

Both of Lynne Schulze's parents had passed away without ever knowing what happened to their daughter.


Her brothers and sisters were 'very interested in the Robert Durst lead', police said. The family has also asked for privacy.

Chief Hanley said:

'I've got an 18-year-old woman who disappeared, who didn't deserve to disappear.
'We've kept this case alive for many years and will continue until we bring resolution to her family.'


Durst was being looked at in connection with five deaths or disappearances.
Two women disappeared in California, his first wife vanished in New York, another woman went missing in Texas and now the latest, a teen college student in Vermont.


Durst's lawyer, Dick DeGuerin, did not seek bail but argued his client's arrest and the search of his hotel room earlier this month in New Orleans were improper, and that investigators wrongly interviewed him without counsel present.

Durst's attorneys want to expedite his extradition to Los Angeles County, where he has been charged with the 2000 murder of longtime friend Susan Berman and could face the death penalty.

The HBO documentary broadcast Durst being presented with evidence his handwriting appeared to match that of Berman's likely killer.

The 71-year-old Durst's voice was subsequently captured on a microphone saying that he had 'killed them all.'



Long a suspect in the disappearance of his wife, Kathleen Durst, in 1982 in New York, Durst was acquitted in the dismemberment killing of his neighbor in Texas in 2003.

The final HBO episode aired one day after Durst's arrest at a New Orleans hotel, where he was staying under an alias and had over $42,000 in cash, a revolver, marijuana and a latex mask that could fit over his neck and head with salt and pepper hair, authorities have said.

FBI agents arrested Durst over fears he would flee the country, the agency has said.



Durst, long estranged from his powerful family with its major New York real estate holdings, appeared in court on Monday with his head shaved, revealing a long scar on the right side of his head.

He was being held in a prison psych ward in New Orleans where officials have deemed him a suicide risk.

James O'Hern, an investigator for the local district attorney's office, testified that authorities tracked Durst down after he placed two calls from a phone at the hotel to the voicemail on his personal phone.

Also in his room was a scribbled tracking number for a package that authorities later seized, which contained $117,000, O'Hern said.
Former Westchester County District Attorney Jeanine Pirro, who reopened an investigation in 2000 into the disappearance of Durst's wife, was also in court.

Durst's attorney asked her to be removed from the courtroom as a potential witness. Cantrell allowed Pirro, now a Fox News host, to stay.


The Jinx Director on the Moment he Heard Durst's 'Confession'



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