Lentz von Beavercreek died in August 2018. Wiggins was the estate’s attorney as well as the trustee of the trust, which was valued at more than $ 3 million, Hayes said. Most of the property was donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Smile Train, a non-profit organization for children with cleft lips and palates.
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Wiggins spent the money on child alimony, cosmetic surgery for a family member, homes, a boat, a car, gambling in Las Vegas and Ohio, and jewelry, Hayes said.
Wiggins’ license to practice has been suspended by the Ohio Supreme Court, Hayes said. He believes he risks being banned.