David Cassidy’s estranged daughter Katie will not be seeing no matter was left of her late father’s wealth.
The “Partridge Household” star, who died final month at sixty seven, left all of his belongings to his son, Beau, in accordance with paperwork obtained by The Blast.
The pop singer’s final will and testomony explicitly cuts out Katie and any of her descendants from inheriting any of Cassidy’s $one hundred fifty,000 in numerous belongings.
Although Beau will get the cash, Cassidy reportedly left any and all “music memorabilia” to his three half-brothers, Shaun, Patrick and Ryan.
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Cassidy drafted his will again in 2004, and he and his daughter, who at present stars on the CW present “Arrow,” had a tumultuous relationship through the years.
Katie was raised by her mom, former mannequin Sherry Williams, and her stepfather, Richard Benedon.
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And although Katie gushed about having her father as an in depth good friend in 2009, the pair had a falling out sooner or later earlier than David’s dementia analysis in 2015, and minimize off all contact.
“I’ve by no means had a relationship together with her. I wasn’t her father. I used to be her organic father however I did not increase her,” he informed Individuals in February. “She has a totally totally different life. I am pleased with her. She’s very gifted. It is arduous for me to even settle for how previous she is now, like 30.”
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Nonetheless, the daddy-daughter duo appeared to patch issues over by the point he died, as Katie was by his aspect to listen to his final phrases.
“Phrases cannot categorical the solace our household’s acquired from all of the love & help throughout this making an attempt time. My father’s final phrases have been ‘A lot wasted time.’ This will probably be a every day reminder for me to share my gratitude with these I really like as to by no means waste one other minute… Thanks,” she tweeted a couple of days after his dying.
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