Singer George Michael, who died on Christmas Day 2016, reportedly left the bulk of his $125 million fortune to his family and close associates. Noticeably left in the cold? His partner Fadi Fawaz (pictured above), who was with him for four years, and his former boyfriend of 15 years Kenny Goss.
George’s sisters Melanie and Yioda will get an equal share of all the star’s major assets, including his two London homes. His father Kyriacos has been left a horse racing stud, where he has lived for a number of years, while The Mill Charitable Trust – which George set up himself in 2009 – has been given artwork and antiques including a piano belonging to John Lennon. The rest of the estate will be shared between former Wham! backing singer Shirlie Kemp, record producer David Austin, family pal Sonia Bird, his publicist Connie Filippello, his cousin Alex Georgiou, model Kay Beckenham, and his former PA Michelle May.
Fawaz is reportedly still living at George’s Regent Park house, despite repeated requests from the family for him to leave the property.
When The Sun went to the house to ask Fawaz for comment, he opened the door and said: “No way, thank you. Have a lovely night.”
Meanwhile, Michael’s publicist declined to comment when asked about Fawaz being left out of the will.
(via Metro; photo; Avalon)