Ryan O'Neal is fighting back against Charlie's Angels star Kate Jackson's allegations that he denied her access to Farrah Fawcett during the actress' final months. In an exclusive statement to RadarOnline.com, he slams Jackson's claims as "not true."
"Firstly, Farrah spent the last week of her life in the hospital," O'Neal said, pointing to possible holes in Jackson's story. "Secondly, why would Kate be denied access to Farrah and then be invited to her services?"
Jackson had said that O'Neal, along with Alana Stewart-Hamilton, denied Jackson access to Fawcett. She also voiced concern that Fawcett was forced against her will to sign a document handing over control of her documentary.
The last time Jackson had seen Fawcett was at an intimate gathering in February 2009 for the icon's 62nd birthday.
Jackson has recently recanted her comments against Fawcett's original documentarian Craig Nevius who she had previously dubbed "Craig Devious."
"Mr. O'Neal's only wishes are for Farrah to rest in peace and for her contributions and legacy to be remembered by the millions who loved her," O'Neal's rep Arnold Robinson continued, refusing to comment further on the growing feud between O'Neal and Jackson.