So follow along ... Puech, who lives in Europe and is worth $13 billion, made a contract with a charity called the Isocrates Foundation, which he founded, to leave his fortune to the org. Its mission is to support journalism and a "civil society." Fair enough.
But Puech has had a change of heart, and wants to give half his wealth to a male "servant, former gardener and handyman." The Foundation is apoplectic, and is making sounds like it'll challenge the change, saying a contract's a contract.