The Huffington Post:
George David said his estranged wife, Marie Douglas-David, was “angry, demanding and imperious,” while pressing David to give her one of the couple’s multimillion-dollar homes in New York City, the Hamptons and Sweden.
“It was a miserable weekend,” said David, who was until last year the chief executive of UTC, the manufacturing giant ranked No. 39 on the 2008 Fortune 500 list.
“She used the phrase ‘You’ll transfer it.’ She repeated that a dozen times, with great force,” David said while on the stand.
At the time of the verbal assault, the Davids were vacationing in the tony state of Maine. No, they don’t happen own a home in Maine, but chances are, at the time, they were there to, in addition to negotiating ownership of their homes post-divorce, look at other real estate for possible acquisition –just for the kick they would get from fighting over who had title to what.
Look if I am going to have fights about multimillion dollar real estate, I think a great place to do it is beachside in Maine. What a lovely state!
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