Ryan O'Neal shut out of Farrah Fawcett's will
The people closest to Farrah Fawcett in her final days, including longtime lover Ryan O'Neal, apparently got nothing in her will, RadarOnline reports. Maybe she was angry she didn't get her final wish to die at home.
While her will states that son Redmond would get $4.5 million from her estate, nephew Greg Walls got $500,000, dad James another $500,000 and ex-boyfriend Greg Lott another $100,000, O'Neal wasn't even mention. Neither were Alana Stewart, who filmed the documentary Farrah's Story, or Craig Nevius, who is suing Ryan and Alana for allegedly shutting him out of the production depsite making major contributions.
Also, her will stated that "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." She instead died of cancer at age 62 in a Santa Monica, Calif., hospital on June 25. If that wasn't the reason she cut Ryan out of the will, maybe it was because he ran around telling everyone he asked her to marry him.
[Photo: Farrah and Ryan in 2004. Getty Images]