According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, Homer has objected to James’ claim Anne left behind millions.
Homer said his mother had a few “modest bank accounts,” royalty payments and other income, a corporation in her name that was used to collect money from acting jobs, membership in her podcast, personal property of “modest value,” and the interest in the future projects from her forthcoming memoir.
Further, Homer revealed that Anne had claims for damages against James stemming from James’ alleged breach of contractual obligations related to their co-owned real properties that have since been sold.
Homer said his initial estimate that his mom’s estate was worth around $400k is accurate.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, after Anne’s death in September, Homer went to court asking to be named the administrator of her estate.
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He said that there were only 2 beneficiaries to the estate. The two were listed as Homer and his younger brother Atlas, who Anne had with James.
James objected to Homer being named the administrator claiming Anne had emailed him a copy of her will during their relationship. He said she named him as the person to control the estate. Homer scoffed at the suggestion and pointed out the will was not signed by his mom — which is required legally.
James has since claimed Anne’s estate is worth at least $2 million and not $400k as Homer said.
Homer said the $400k estimate is based on, “a review of [Anne’s] most recent tax returns (rounded up to the nearest hundred thousand dollar).” He revealed that Anne did not have any interests in real property at the time of her death.