Farrah Fawcett left $4.5 million to her son Redmond, $100,000 to an ex-lover and nothing to long-time love Ryan O'Neal and the other cast of characters who fought over her cancer documentary during the star's final days.
RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained a copy of Farrah's will and it reveals that she did not get her final wish - to die at home.
The will was updated for the final time on August 9th, 2007. Farrah died from anal cancer on June 25, 2009 at age 62.
In the will Farrah made clear that she wanted to die at home.
In paragraph 5.2 a the will states: ""Settlor (Farrah) 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."
The former Charlie's Angel star passed away at St. John's hospital in Santa Monica, California.
In addition to leaving the bulk of her fortune to son Redmond, the official documents reveal Farrah left $500,000 to her nephew Greg Walls, $500,000 to her father James and $100,000 to ex-lover Greg Lott.
Ryan O'Neal, Craig Nevius and Alana Hamilton Stewart all were not named in the will. Alana filmed much of Farrah's final documentary and wants to release a part two. Ryan claimed he asked Farrah to marry him in her final days and made several tearful TV appearances.
Nevius claimed that O'Neal and Hamilton pushed him out of Farrah's cancer documentary in her final days.
Lott spent the past few months claiming to various media outlets that he was Farrah's secret boyfriend. He told a British newspaper he last spoke to her April 9 and says that Ryan banned him from seeing her.