A millionaire in Westshore is anyone who can earn enough money to cover his expenses.
Westshore, a yacht club in Scotland, is a major US offshore gambling venue that was once owned by former US President Donald Trump.
It has since been turned over to the Westside Foundation, a charity established by the billionaire, which runs various programs aimed at helping impoverished and disadvantaged people around the world.
Westside founder Michael Jordan was a former NFL player and Olympic gold medalist.
His Westshore yacht is now owned by his family, and he was once married to actress Nicole Kidman.
He and his wife, actress and fashion designer Cindy Crawford, were in the Bahamas at the time of the storm and were not insured.
Jordan’s daughter, Jessica, and Jordan’s wife, Cindy, are both Westshore board members.
The couple has five children and their daughter, Aisha, is now 13.
Jordan told ABC News in 2012 that he would like to start a business of his own someday and is not concerned about the consequences of leaving his yacht.
He said he was “looking at the future” and that he wanted to spend more time with his children.
“I’d like to be in the Caribbean or in Europe or somewhere, but I’m just not going to go there,” he said.
“There are other things I’d rather do.”
He added that he could “take a vacation,” but not the Westsills, saying: “I don’t want to be associated with that.”
The Westsillys have been working to get insurance and the money to pay for the costs of their daughter’s school and medical care.
It is not clear how much of the $200,000 it costs to operate the yacht was covered by insurance.
The Westshore Foundation said in a statement: “The Westshore family is grateful to the entire Westshore community for their support in helping with the hurricane recovery and will continue to be fully involved as a non-profit organization.”