This case takes place in Kentucky and involves a $15 million estate left by a father to his daughter. After receiving the estate, the daughter was severely injured in a car accident which left her brain damaged. For many years after her accident, her uncle served as her trustee. While serving as her trustee, he engaged in transactions and treated her assets as his own. He invested in real estate, futures trading, and other partnership arrangements. Additionally, he borrowed money from the trust. While involved in those businesses, he split the profits into three giving a third to himself, a third to his niece, and a third to his business partner.