Billionaire couple David Siegel and his wife Jackie – known as the ‘Queen of Versailles’ – entertained a slew of celebrities at a lavish charity gala in their Vegas hotel last week. Artists Barry Manilow, Dionne Warwick, Scott Stapp and Lee Greenwood joined reality stars Michael Lohan, Gretchen Rossi, Teresa Guidice and Phaedra Parks as well as actors Daniel Baldwin and Rebecca Holden on Friday at the 900-seat fundraiser to fight the opioid epidemic. The star-studded Westgate Hotel gala raised $1.3million for the Victoria Siegel Foundation, named after the billionaire couple’s 18-year-old daughter who died of a drug overdose in 2015. No expense was spared by her father who footed the entire bill for the event, flying in celebrities on his GulfStream private jet and opening up his own 12,600 sq ft suite, formerly used by Elvis Presley as his Vegas residence, for a raucous afterparty. Billionaire couple Jackie and David Siegel hosted a lavish gala at the Westgate Las Vegas hotel benefiting the Victoria Siegel Foundation, named after their 18-year-old daughter who died of a drug overdose in 2015 Private jet: The wealthy family flew out stars including Orange County Housewife Gretchen Rossi (left) and Atlanta Housewife Phaedra Parks… Read full this story
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