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An appellate panel sustained an elder abuse restraining order (EARO) against the appeal of a 95-year-old multimillionaire’s stepdaughter in Riverside County March 8.

In a long line of litigation revolving around Thomas Tedesco’s estate, valued at $40 million in 2005, the restraining order filed by Laura White, Tedesco’s daughter, sticks against Debra Wear.

Wear claimed the EARO was void because Riverside Superior Judge John Evans later accepted a motion to remove himself as judge over her allegation of prejudice, and because she claimed Evans violated due process by amending the allegations in the petition and prohibited Wear from possessing firearms and ammunition.

The appellate panel denied all claims, but

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