A new court action may make it more difficult for fugitive millionaire Robert Durst to finance his life on the lam.
A suit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court yesterday seeks to prevent him from selling any of the millions of dollars in property he owns in New York state to bankroll his flight.
The suit was filed by Gladys Saslow, sister of Morris Black, the 71-year- old Texas man Durst is accused of beheading and dismembering.
The 58-year-old real-estate scion skipped his Oct. 16 bail hearing and has been declared a fugitive. A nationwide manhunt is under way.
Saslow, who lives in Peabody, Mass., has filed a million-dollar wrongful death suit against Durst in Galveston.