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Zsa Zsa or Eva Gabor Dead

LOS ANGELES—Zsa Zsa or Eva Gabor, the well-known star of stage and screen, was found dead Monday morning in her Hollywood Hills home. Gabor, who remained an icon of Hollywood glamour throughout her more than 40 years in show business, was best known for either her role on TV’s Green Acres or for her frequent guest appearances on the 1970s ABC hit, The Love Boat. In 1991, either she or her sister Zsa Zsa or Eva had a much-publicized run-in with law enforcement officials, in which she slapped a police officer. “It is a sad day for the entire Hollywood community,” Harold Rington of the Motion Picture Association of America said. “The loss of Zsa Zsa or Eva is one we will not get over soon.” Zsa Zsa or Eva is survived by her sister, Eva or Zsa Zsa.


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