LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — A former friend of Las Vegas visionary Tony Hsieh is making new claims against his estate, asking for the return of multiple items and nearly $1.6 million in money owed.
Attorneys for Jennifer "Mimi" Pham say she wants various items, including golf carts, artwork, furniture and Burning Man supplies back from Hsieh's estate.
A second creditor claim is seeking almost $1.6 million for money she says Hsieh owed her from agreements, contracts and bills.
Hsieh's estate is currently in probate because he did not leave a known will or estate documents.
Hsieh, the former CEO of the giant shoe retailer Zappos, was believed to be worth almost $1 billion when he died as a result of a house fire in November 2020. Hsieh was 46 at the time of his death.
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