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Walt Disney’s grandson accused a California judge of mistakenly denying his $ 200 million inheritance, claiming he had Down syndrome, in the final episode of a 15-year legal battle to prove he was mentally gifted.


Bradford Lund, 50, asked the state’s judicial guard to dismiss LA County Supreme Court Judge David Cowan for alleged ethical violation of the caricature king’s will in a trial trial, claiming: ‘He’s not fit to be a judge.


In letters sent to the California Judicial Performance Commission on Thursday, Bradford and his stepmother Sherry alleged that Cowan was making false “personal” statements and showing “prejudice” by siding with the “hostile trusteeship”, which receives $ 1 million per year as delays persist does. .


Cowan was allegedly told in open court in June last year: ‘Do I want to effectively give $ 200 million to someone with Down syndrome? Answer is no.’


Bradford of Arizona claims that a DNA test conducted at a previous hearing proved that he did not have this condition and was able to manage his own finances.


Walt Disney founded the world-famous cartoon studio in 1923, and today it has grown into an empire built on family-friendly entertainment worth about $ 130 billion.


He died in 1966, four years before his twin grandchildren were born, and in 2020 left part of his $ 1.2 billion fortune to his daughters Diane, Sharon and their grandchildren.


Bradford had a bitter family feud with his twin sister, Michelle, after their mother Sharon died of breast cancer in 1993 at the age of 56, and as long as the three appointed trustees found them ‘mentally capable, they left them part of the empire when they turned 35. ‘.


Bradford’s attorney, Lanny J. David, told Judge Cowan at a press conference Thursday: OC Record.


He added: “Judge Cowan’s defense of using the word” may “ignores the fact that he knows the word” may “contradicts genetic testing.”


Down Syndrome is a condition in which a person has an extra chromosome, according to the CDC.


This extra copy alters how the baby’s body and brain develop, which can cause both mental and physical difficulties for the baby.


Although people with Down syndrome move and look alike, each person has different abilities.


People with Down syndrome usually have a mild to moderately low IQ (a measure of intelligence) and speak more slowly than other children.


Some common physical features of Down syndrome include:


A flattened face, especially the bridge of the nose


Oblique almond-shaped eyes


A short neck


Little ears


A tongue that tends to stick out of the mouth


Small white spots on the iris (colored part) of the eye


Little hands and feet


A single line across the palm (palmar fold)


Little pinky fingers sometimes curving towards the thumb


Poor muscle tone or loose joints


Shorter stature as children and adults


Lawyers also claimed that Cowan showed ‘personal hostility’ towards Bradford and that Bradford made dozens of inappropriate statements attacking his Scottsdale, Arizona, lawyer Sandra Slaton.

Slaton had filed a federal lawsuit against Cowan on Lund’s behalf for the Down syndrome remark.

The lawsuit was dismissed on a technicality and is pending appeal.

Cowan, a veteran probate judge also involved in a 2018 legal battle over killer Charles Manson’s body, has removed himself from the Lund case and is no longer sitting in probate court.

Before Cowan’s recent departure, he is alleged to have issued an order demanding that Slaton show why she shouldn’t be disqualified from the case for an alleged ‘conflict of interest’.

Cowan alleged that Slaton’s husband was a witness in a previous probate case for Bradford in Arizona, something Bradford’s lawyers deny.

The decade’s long battle has shone a light on a divided family.

The problems started when the Lund twins’ mother Sharon stipulated in her will that they would receive inheritance payouts on their 35th, 40th and 45th birthdays- but only if they demonstrated the necessary mental stability.

She appointed three trustees, which at the time included her husband Bill, a real-estate agent who scouted the Orlando, Florida, Disney World location, and her sister Diane.

Each trustee receives $1million a year until the twins’ payments were made.

The caveat, and its interpretation by the trustees after the twins turned 35 in 2005, has led to accusations of mental incompetence, incest and conspiracy.

On one side of the lawsuit is Brad, his lawyers and his stepmother, Sherry, the fifth wife of his late father Bill, who died in 2008 aged 83.

The trustees decided Brad lacked the mental capabilities and refused his payouts.

On the other side is the Michelle and the trustees, who was awarded her millions, despite accusations of a drug addiction and following a nearly fatal brain aneurysm in 2009 that left her with alleged uncertain mental abilities.

Bradford’s lawyers claim that the probate system, which is designed to protect the elderly and disabled from being financially abused, is susceptible to corruption and fraud.

The longer the client is deemed incapable of managing his or her own affairs, the longer the guardian, attorneys and others get paid and the client has now say, Bradford’s lawyers claim.

‘It’s the court’s dirty little secret’, Bradford’s lawyer Slaton said on Thursday.

Once close siblings, Walt Disney’s grandkids Michelle and Brad Lund are now embroiled in a battle over their $400million inheritance and haven’t spoken in four years.

On one side are Brad Lund, 50, and the twins’ late father Bill Lund, who died in 2008 aged 83. They say the trustees, who haven’t paid Brad his multi-million installments in years, are controlling Michelle like a ‘robot.’

In the other corner are Michelle and the trustees. They say Brad is mentally incompetent and cannot handle the millions and go so far as to suggest he has Down’s Syndrome.


The battle began Labor Day 2009 after Michelle had a near fatal aneurysm.

As she fought for her life, her father tried to move her to Arizona, where he lives.

The trustees then filed suit to stop him. When Michelle recovered, she joined them.

Now Bill is fighting alongside Brad to wrest control of Brad’s funds away from the trustees.

They she suffered brain damage as a result of her aneurysm.


After the suit over where Michelle should be treated came a suit over Brad’s care.

He had been living for years with Bill, a stepsister, and Bill’s current wife Sherry.

But family including the twins’ half sisters (Bill’s daughter’s from another marriage) and the twins’ aunt Diane Disney Miller (the older sister of their mother Sharon) worried he was being used for his money.


In a Maricopa County, Arizona court filing, they called him ‘a virtual captive’ in the home, though brad has denied this.

‘I trusted him, I loved him, I admired him,’ Michelle told The Arizona Republic. ‘Now, I love him, not the way I used to. He is not the man I once knew.’