A copy of Farrah Fawcett's will recently made public reveals she left her $4.5 million estate to her son Redmond O'Neil and completely cut out her long-time partner Ryan O'Neil.
Fawcett also snubbed actress Alana Hamilton Stewart, who filmed most of "Farrah's Story," a documentary about Fawcett's life, but gave a total of $1.1 million to her father, nephew and a former lover, her college boyfriend Greg Lott.
The will was updated in 2007, when Fawcett learned the cancer that would eventually take her life had spread to her liver. Fawcett died June 25 at the age of 62.
The decision to give the bulk of her fortune to her son is an interesting decision for Fawcett. Redmond has battled drug and alcohol problems for years and is currently serving time in Los Angeles for drug-related charges.
After his release, Redmond will receive a monthly allowance and money for a house.
The will does not specify exactly why Ryan O'Neil was cut out, but some statements made by former lover Greg Lott seem to imply Fawcett felt O'Neal was using her for her fame. That seems like a pretty good excuse not to dish out any money in the will, if you ask me.
He also said Fawcett remained in her relationship with O'Neil for so long because of their son.