Kept From His Dying Partner, Sonoma’s Clay Greene Takes a $600K Settlement

Admitting no wrong doing, California’s Sonoma County will pay Clay Greene, 78, a $600,000 settlement after he claimed officials prevented him from seeing his dying partner of 25 years Harold Scull (and auctioning off their estate without permission). Sonoma County says they’re settling to avoid a costly legal battle and not because they’re backing down from their assertion that officials separated them because of a domestic violence history. Unhappy story. Not so terribly happy ending.

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