George Michael’s will has revealed he left the majority of his 127 million dollars to his sisters, his dad, and a few other friends, but not his ex-partners Kenny Goss and Fadi Fawaz.
Reports claim the will confirms the majority of his estate goes to sisters Yioda and Melanie, who George was very close to, especially over the final years of his life.
George’s Cypriot dad Kyriacos has been left a horseracing stud farm where he has lived for many years.
However, the star’s former partners Fadi Fawaz and Kenny Goss, who he was with for 15 years, will receive nothing.
“George was devoted to his dad and sisters, they were always going to be looked after,” a source told the British press.
The court paperwork was issued on May 30 and can now be divided, according to George’s wishes.
George sadly passed away on Christmas day in 2016 at home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, aged 53 and was known as being philanthropic and always more than willing to helping charitable causes.
A collection of artwork and antiques, including a piano once owned by John Lennon, have been left to a charitable trust George set up in 2009 to make donations to good causes.