“They had separate lives,” Tonken said. “He drove a beat-up Buick station wagon and she drove a Bentley. They slept in separate beds. It was not a normal relationship.”
Pals have told us that Anhalt threw lavish parties for Gabor — even when she was “in a hospital bed unable to communicate” — to peddle pics to tabloids.
Tonken told Page Six: “I was their houseboy. I did everything. I had never been treated so badly in my life. [Anhalt] is very arrogant and doesn’t have anything, and she was vicious and mean. There were always letters from every store on Rodeo Drive telling her not to come in . . . because she’d get dresses, wear them and return them constantly. If you didn’t understand what she said, she’d scream and yell, and he always threatened to sic the dogs on me.”
Despite Anhalt’s past parties for Gabor, he told us, “Nobody knows where the funeral is . . . She was cremated. Most of her friends passed away already. She outlived everybody. The funeral is going to be very quiet except for me and about four people, and no media will be allowed.”