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Sumner Redstone probate case finally closed — after a three year court slog

The titanic battle over media mogul Sumner Redstone's mental capacity ended with a whimper in a nearly empty Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday.

More than three years after the mental capacity of the billionaire from Boston was challenged by his former live-in companion - who filed a lawsuit that exposed Redstone's declining health and the tawdry inner workings of his empire - a

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