Most gold-diggers have a very low IQ
Thats just not true, Gold diggers come in all shape and sizes, as a matter of interest the greatest gold digger was the following person, have you heard of Johnson and Johnson, you have have used its baby powder when a you were young, this may surprise you, hmmm,
Piasecka Johnson was born in Poland. Her father was a farmer. She graduated from Wroclaw University with a M.A. in Art History. She left Poland in 1968, with just $100.
Piasecka Johnson was hired as a cook hired by Esther Underwood Johnson, then wife of John Seward Johnson I. Her cooking was terrible though, so she switched jobs with the Johnson's chambermaid.
A year later, Piasecka Johnson was a curator for Seward Johnson's art collection.
 Personal life
During J. Seward Johnson's thirty-two year marriage, he engaged in extramarital affairs with Piasecka Johnson. In 1971, they married with none of Johnson's children in attendance. Piasecka Johnson often physically and emotionally abused her husband. She inherited the bulk of her husband's fortune, when he died in 1983. Excluded from their father's will, his six children sued on grounds that their father wasn't mentally competent at the time he signed the will. It was settled out of court, and the children were granted about 12% of the fortune.
In 2007, Johnson was listed on the Forbes 400 World's Richest People list with an estimated net worth of $2.7 billion, making her the 149th richest person. She converted the family estate in Princeton, New Jersey, named Jasna Polana, into a country club and moved to Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Johnson is involved in a number of charitable projects, especially in her native Poland.