Muhammad Ali’s widow will receive DOUBLE the $6M inheiritence awarded to each of his nine children
Revealed: Muhammad Ali’s widow will receive DOUBLE the $6M inheiritence awarded to each of his nine children, sparking ‘World War Three’ between the warring relatives
- Muhammad Ali’s will has been finalized seven months after he died aged 74
- His children are said to be angry Ali’s widow Lonnie has received more than them
- Each of his nine children have reportedly been given $6m of $80m fortune
- Children have maintained a truce to not jeopardize their slice of the settlement
Muhammad Ali’s will is predicted to ignite ‘World War Three’ within his family due to the amount of money his nine children are set to receive.
Details of the boxing great’s $80million estate, which has now been finalized seven months after his death, is set to be divided between his widow Lonnie Ali and his nine children.
Lonnie has allegedly been left double the amount that Ali’s children have been given, which is expected to anger the siblings, a family insider told the Mirror.
Ali’s seven daughters and two sons – who are said to already hate each other – have reportedly been left about $6million each in the settlement.
They have allegedly maintained a truce since their father’s death in June last year in a bid not to jeopardize their share of Ali’s multi-million dollar fortune.
‘Lonnie is said to get double what the kids have which has left many seething. They didn’t like her before their dad passed away accusing her of preventing them from seeing him,’ the insider told the Mirror.
‘When he died some sucked up to Lonnie just to get as much as they can, but the truth is that they all did it – then accused the other siblings of doing it.
‘Once money is in the bank it looks like they will cut all ties with each other but not before their true feelings are aired.’