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Arnold Leon Schroeder Jr., sole heir of art collector and socialite Wendy Reves, is suing the Dallas Museum of Art and co-defendants Kern Wildenthal, Edward A. Copley, Harry S. Parker III, George Charlton, and Irvin Levy for allegedly conspiring to sneak her art collection out of France and into the museum, and deprive him of his inheritance. The lawsuit alleges that the DMA pressured his lonely alcoholic mother into signing away his rights and created the Wendy and Emery Reves Foundation, which donated the works to the DMA 25 years ago, specifically to circumvent French tax and inheritance laws. Schroeder is  seeking return of the art and damages.

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