Alana Stewart has told RadarOnline.com that producer Craig Nevius is 'delusional' and that he should be more respectful of Farrah Fawcett's memory by moving on with his life.
Nevius has been embroiled in a multi-million dollar dispute with Fawcett's ex-lover Ryan O'Neal, Stewart and long-time business manager Richard Francis over the NBC Farrah's Story documentary.
And the bitter dispute threatened to tarnish the late Charlie's Angels star who tragically lost her very brave and public fight against cancer when she passed away on June 25, 2009, aged 62.
And Fawcett's former best friend Stewart believes it is now time for him to move forward and forget about the past.
"Farrah is greatly missed by a lot of people and I especially miss my friend but it is time for us to all move on."
But despite Stewart's hopes bad blood clearly remains between the two feuding parties.
In a statement, the television producer Nevius told RadarOnline.com he had become financially drained and was unable to continue the battle.
"After two years, I can no longer afford to fight Ryan O'Neal, Alana Stewart and Richard Francis over creative control of Farrah's Story
and whether or not they had the right to take over the company that Farrah Fawcett and I formed to produce the documentary about her cancer fight and efforts to protect her privacy," he said.
Howard Weitzman, the lawyer who also represents O'Neal, Stewart and Francis, told RadarOnline.com: "The statement issued by Mr. Nevius is another sad attempt to justify his actions by using the media to spew outrageous lies about Alana and Ryan."