, whose family business failure is the subject of an ongoing Westchester County grand jury probe, has sold her
19th-century Bronxville mansion for a reported $10.5 million.
The grand jury term expires on Monday, and a decision on whether or not indictments will be handed down in the business collapse could occur within days.
The stone mansion at 5 Oakledge Drive was owned by Klimley
and her husband, Brooks Klimley.
, her sister Alicia Eimicke, and their mother Maxine Eimicke were officers at V.W. Eimicke Associates in Yonkers
, a direct marketing company founded by Maxine's husband, the late Victor W. Eimicke.
...In February, Laura Klimley, a director at the company, agreed to pay creditors $600,000 in the case.
Brooks Klimley, who has held several jobs on Wall Street, and Laura Klimley
also are defendants in civil litigation brought by investors.