It’s safe to believe that wealthy celebrities are fortunate for several reasons, one of which is the benevolent heritage that awaits them in the future. But all actors tend not to actually consent to leave their children and a substantial trust fund, with most of them decide to leave their children with little or no legacy. Learn who are the most popular families who have chosen to take their money away from their children.
Most people possibly knew of Robert Kardashian either as Kardashian’s beloved clan father or as a prominent attorney who became famous after the notorious O.J Simpson proceeding. When Kardashian died of cancer in 2003, Ellen Pierson, whom he had married less than a year before, was declared the only heir to her nett worth $30 million. Following a legal case, the family discovered that Robert’s widow had fabricated his letters.
Gordon Ramsay is one of the world’s most renowned chefs, with a huge nett worth of $220 million. He became popular not only because of his excellent culinary skills and prosperous restaurants, but also because of his swift wit and humour for his employees. The world-class chef recently indicated that he does not want to leave his five children an inheritance. Ramsay seems to have confidence that his money will help support charities.
Her outstanding performance skills and unique appearance helped to make Joan Crawford famous in the 1930s. Crawford was very violent, but one of her four daughters shared her adopted mother’s raw memories in her book. When Crawford passed away in 1977, she claimed that Cindy and Cathy, her two younger daughters, should be given $77,500. The older two, Christopher and Christina, were completely cut off, ouch!
Before Sting became a successful guitarist and actor in the 1970s, he worked as a tax collector, teaching and in a number of strange occupations. He eventually became a musician of the world elite, increasing his fortune to 400 million dollars. He is already filling up whole stadiums worldwide today, potentially contributing to his already amazing estate. But the singer does not want to leave much to his six children, so he wants to invest most of his fortune until he dies.
Andrew Lloyd Weber
Over the last 50 years, Billionaire Andrew Loyd Weber has won many awards to the very exclusive EGOT club, including a win of an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony Award. Yet the scriptwriter and composer shared in an interview with the Daily Mirror that he did not believe in heritage money and instead respected work ethic. It seems that his five offspring won’t have all of his $1.2 billion assets.