Three of the most important men in Farrah Fawcett's life have spectacularly snubbed Ryan O'Neal and his planned documentary sequel, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
Farrah's 92-year-old father James and former husband Lee Majors have rejected approaches from O'Neal, along with her drug addict son Redmond, has refused to star in the project.
A source has told RadarOnline.com that James has had a major falling out with O'Neal, in another bitter battle engulfing his daughter's life after death.
James was left $500,000 in Fawcett's Estate, as RadarOnline.com was first to report.
"James and Ryan are not at all talking," said the source.
"James has an opinion about what has happened since Farrah died; who was not allowed to see her, where the assets of the Estate are going and what he is entitled to.
"James and Ryan were once close - but it couldn't be further from the truth now."
James also sat alongside O'Neal at Farrah's funeral service last year, where a letter, addressed to Farrah's "beloved" father, was read in front of mourners: "You gave me life and you were the greatest dad around."
Earlier this month O'Neal sent Majors, who married Farrah in 1973 yet separated six years later, a personal letter and asked for him to participate.
But he too has refused to cooperate, a source confirmed.
In letters he sent to interviewees asking for their participation, O'Neal said the sequel was "to focus on three main areas of her legacy: her art (namely her films and her sculptures), her inspirational battle with cancer; and the light of her life, our son Redmond, who is now fighting to reclaim himself in honor of his mother.”