Moms are so embarrassing, especially the ones who leave their pet chihuahua named Conchita a $3 million trust fund and the run of a Miami Beach mansion when they die. Bret Carr, however, the son of the recently deceased Gail Posner, is fighting his mom's last wishes challenging the legality of a will which left Conchita living, well, a dog's life. In a lawsuit, Carr is claiming household aides drugged his mother and forced her into giving them—and the dog—millions. According to Carr, the aides even convinced Posner to hire a doggy publicist to promote Conchita as "one of the world's most spoiled dogs." Carr, a filmmaker, is not without his own troubles, including an arrest for passing bad checks. The case, profiled in Thursday's Wall Street Journal, recalls the late Leona Hemsley who left $12 million to her pet Maltese named Trouble.