The War Over Mickey Rooney's Body, Resolved: Actor To Be Buried In Hollywood
Mickey Rooney's final resting place has been determined, RadarOnline.com is reporting.
A hearing was held on Friday morning in which a judge granted the actor's final wish — as requested in his will — to be buried at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
COURT DOCUMENTS: Mickey Rooney's Wife Gives In, Read Her Declaration
As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported earlier this week, Rooney's wife, Janice, 75, wanted the late star to be buried at Peirce Brothers Cemetery next to his mother, but on Friday she relinquished the demand and Rooney, 93, will be buried in Hollywood.
"On April 8, 2014, my attorney reached an agreement with Mr. Augustine's counsel that no one would take any action with regards to Mickey's body until we had a chance to some to some resolution," Jan stated in her April 11 declaration.
"Circumstances beyond my control have kept Mickey and I apart for the last year of his life. I have also been dealing with some serious health concerns of my own. I took comfort in knowing that one day we would be living together again or share a final resting place.
- ‘RHONJ’ Custody Battle: Amber Marchese’s Husband Accuses Ex-Wife Of Trying To Have Son ‘Falsely Diagnosed With Autism’ In Explosive Court Documents
- Housewives Legal Bust! Richard Wakile Loses Court Case, Ordered To Pay Outstanding Debt
- Loser Landlords? Inside Joe And Melissa Gorga's Bitter Feud With Tenant
Lost Footage: Never-Before-Seen Video Of Mickey Rooney Singing Song That Eerily Ends With ‘Till The Day I Die’
"Despite my strong desires to be buried beside my husband, I feel that I owe it to Mickey's fans to allow Mickey to be buried alongside other members of Hollywood royalty."
Michael Augustine is Rooney's former conservator.
Rooney's stepkids — who he was awarded a restraining order against in 2011 after allegations of elderly abuse -- Chris and Christina Aber, are banned from attending the funeral.
Three of the late actor's daughters were present for the hearing on Friday, but remained outside the actual courtroom.
The funeral will be very small and private, RadarOnline.com has learned.