Debrah Lee Charatan ( Robert Durst Wife ) is real estate broker know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Profession
|Name||Debrah Lee Charatan|
|Birthdate ( Age)||64 yeas|
|Place of Birth||New York, New York, United States|
|Children||Bennat Charatan Berger|
|Parents||Name not known|
|Profession||Real estate broker|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Of all the characters who cross paths with Robert Durst in The Jinx, perhaps the most enigmatic is Durst’s second wife, Debrah Lee Charatan. First seen bailing Durst out of jail after his 2001 murder arrest, Charatan appears only in archival police interview footage, where she’s a brash, sarcastic presence.
With little else to go on, both Jinx fans and the series itself have speculated on the exact nature of Charatan’s relationship with Durst.
Early Life and Family
Born and raised in New York City, Charatan is a 64-year-old real estate broker.Charatan first came to fame in the 1980s, running all-female brokerage firm Bach Reality and telling Harper’s Bazaar she had aspirations of being “a female Harry Helmsley.” Alongside her son from her first marriage, she currently heads BCB Property Management, which has been instrumental in the gentrification of Crown Heights.
Debrah Lee Charatan Net Worth
Charatan is real estate broker has an estimated Net Worth arround $10 Million in 2021.
Debrah Lee Charatan and Robert Durst
According to the New York Times, the couple began dating in 1988, six years after Durst’s first wife Kathleen disappeared. Both came from tragic families: Durst’s mother had died in front of him, while Charatan’s parents had survived the Nazi invasion of Poland, which cost her father his foot. The pair moved into an Upper East Side apartment together in 1990, the same year Durst officially divorced his missing wife, but the cohabitation was short-lived. (She kept the apartment.) The pair stayed in contact throughout Durst’s travels in the ’90s, and she was reportedly a “lifeline” for him whenever he visited New York.
Their wedding was apparently a rushed affair — 15 minutes, one witness, a rabbi hired from the phone book. “Durst was rather taciturn,” the rabbi later told the New York Daily News. “He was not buoyant and didn’t smile.” The Jinx implies Durst married Charatan to prevent her from testifying against him, and as for what was in it for her, a former co-worker told the Times, “For Debbie, it’s all about the money. When she met Bob, she hit pay dirt.”
Debrah Lee Charatan Children
Debrah Lee Charatan have a Sone Named Bennat Charatan Berger.
Debrah Lee Charatan still married to Durst
Charatan eventually moved out of the Fifth Avenue apartment she’d shared with Durst, and traded it up for another one; when she sold that apartment in November, the tabloids still called her Durst’s wife. Through BCB, she and Durst invested money from his trust fund in buildings in Williamsburg and Carroll Gardens, and flipped them for a $12 million profit last summer.