Farrah Fawcett, the beloved actress who died after a lengthy battle with cancer in June at the age of 62, has reportedly left long-time companion Ryan O’Neal out of her will.
Fawcett left $4.5 million dollars to her son, Redmond O’Neal. She also left $500,000 to nephew Greg Walls, $500,000 to father James Fawcett and $100,000 to ex-boyfriend Greg Lott, who recently claimed he was the star’s secret boyfriend but had been banned from seeing her by Ryan O’Neal.
O’Neal and close friends Alana Stewart and Craig Nevius, who chronicled the Fawcett’s cancer battle in the television documentary Farrah’s Story, were not named in the official will and testament, which was last updated on August 9, 2007 and would appear to have been signed by the actress.
The document also shows that Farrah’s last wishes were ignored.
The trust states: “Settlor declares that she wishes to remain at home for as long as possible during any period of illness or incapacity and to die at home.”
Farrah passed away at St. John’s hospital in Santa Monica, California on June 25.
Ryan and Farrah’s 15-year relationship came to an end back in 1997, but the pair reunited in 2006, just after she was diagnosed with anal cancer.
“Was he faithful to her in the relationship? No. Are you kidding? She walked in on him and he was with some other woman.
“Their relationship was bombastic at times. There were great times. There were very hard times. By the time Redmond was five, they lived in separate rooms in a very large house.”