Ric Ocasek, frontman of Late Cars, made a point to his estranged wife, Model Paulina Porizkova to delete from his will one month before his death.
The couple who split in 2017 were in divorce proceedings at the time of the singer's death on September 15, and Ocasek decided to write out the beauty from his last one. "I have no provision for my wife Paulina Porizkova because we are getting a divorce, "he said on page 28 of the New York Post on page 28.
"Even if I was to die before our divorce … Paulina is not entitled to voter turnout … because she left me."
Ironically, Porizkova was actually the one Ocasek found unconscious in the house in New York City that she once shared. The 75-year-old was later pronounced dead after having passed by after a recent surgical procedure to report to him.
Ocasek was appointed his friend and CEO Mario Testani as the executor of his estate and a lawsuit reveal that the musician's fortune is $ 5 million (£ 3.9 million) in "copyright," but only $ 15,000 -Dollar (£ 11,700) in cash and $ 100,000 (£ 78,000). in "material personal property".
He and Porizkova, his third wife, married in 1989. They had two sons together.
Ocasek also had four other children from his previous two marriages.