The latest in the case of mysterious Coronado mansion death
On Wednesday, a jury in a civil trial found Adam Shacknai responsible for Zahau's 2011 death at Jonah Shacknai's mansion, and over $5 million was awarded to the Zahau family.
A California jury awarded the family of Rebecca Zahau $5 million in damages after finding Adam Shaknai responsible for her death.
A civil jury in San Diego Superior Court has found Adam Shacknai responsible for the mysterious death of Rebecca Zahau and awarded her family $5 million in punitive damages. Zahau's July 2011 death at Spreckels Mansion in Coronado, California, had been ruled a suicide by authorities, but in 2013,
The jury found Adam Shacknai responsible for Zahau's 2011 death at Jonah Shacknai's mansion, and over $5 million was awarded to the Zahau family.
A jury will hear the case against the brother of Rebecca Zahau's boyfriend, Adam Shacknai, who found her dead nearly seven years ago.
Herman Weisberg questions police finding that Rebecca Zahau was able to tie her hands and feet and fall off the balcony.
Rebecca Zahau's boyfriend Jonah Shacknai says she may have felt responsible for his son's fatal fall.
Rebecca Zahau was found naked with her hands and feet bound, her mouth stuffed with a shirt and a cryptic message left on the door.
Two days after her boyfriend's son was hospitalized after falling, Rebecca Zahau's nude dead body was found at her boyfriend's mansion.
Dina Shacknai's 6-year-old son Max Shacknai died in 2011, after falling from a second-story landing at his father Jonah Shacknai's mansion.