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Robert Houston Mullins's request to learn what assets his father left him in a trust was met with a demand for the younger man to appear for a deposition and answer questions under oath, according to another lawsuit filed in connection with the estate of the late Dr. Fred Mullins.

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  1. From the looks of it Frank Mullins is spending trust money that is not his on buying up properties in Aiken where he now resides for his benefit and making him look good to the Steeplechase crowd that he aspires to elevate himself to socially be “running with.”And he is certainly not looking out for the best interests of his brother’s widow and children as evidenced by their opposition to the things he has been doing.It is their money not his!Buzzy Johnson has integrity and honesty on his side so he is a great replacement!

  2. It will take someone with Buzzy’s expertise to untangle the web and deal with attorneys of which he is very capable and speaks their language no doubt. He has the advantage of knowing law and a master of money matters.

  3. Sandy thanks again for being part of The Augusta Press team! I pretty certain you are the only one that could have put these facts down in a format for us to read and try and understand. Once again you make us proud.

  4. I truly feel sorry for the Mullins’ family. Sadly, this began, right after Dr. Mullins’ death, and it was announced that Frank Mullins was made executor. I feel that if Dr. Mullins knew what had been done thus far, he probably would’ve chosen a different executor of his estate. Spending OPM.

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