The Youngest Female Billionaire in the Nation Is a Super Mysterious Burger Heiress
Bloomberg revealed yesterday (February 4) that Lynsi Torres, 30, is the youngest female billionaire in America. There’s only one problem: No one seems to know much about her!
Lynsi is notoriously press-shy, but you can see a few pictures of her here.
She’s the heiress to In-N-Out, a legendary LA-based burger chain that seems to be a favorite of Hollywood stars.
And now she’s the CEO of the company, after “several family deaths.” (In-N-Out founder Harry Snyder, Lynsi’s grandfather, died in 1976; his son Rich took over until he died in a plane crash in 1993; Lynsi’s father assumed control before dying of an overdose in 1999; etc. etc.)
Plus, she owns half the company now and will own the whole shebang when she turns 35.
Bloomberg reports that Lynsi has “no college degree” and “little formal managerial experience”; she’s been married three times; and she loves drag racing.
Oh, and she bought a house last year for $17.4 million. (Stars — they’re just like us!)
Moral of the story: If you are lucky enough to see Lynsi on the street, you may want to become her new BFF... or at least ask for a free burger!