Three years ago Brooke Astor's grandson Philip Marshall accused his father, Anthony Marshall, of elder abuse, leading to numerous charges. Now, with his father was found guilty, it looks like he and his twin brother will lose out on $10 million each. The NY Times reports that a codicil to Astor's will that Anthony Marshall allegedly manipulated gave him access to $60 million immediately—and he intended to leave a third to his sons. That codicil will probably be rejected but the younger Marshall doesn't seem to mind "I’ve always felt that this money didn’t belong to us. To take money that our grandmother intended to give to charity is like taking blood money."