George Michael ‘s ex-boyfriend Kenny Goss has reportedly commenced a legal claim pursuant to the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 for a monthly allowance of £15,000 from the late star’s estate, as he wasn’t left anything in George Michael’s will.
The Act enables certain categories of people to apply to the Court and make a claim against a deceased person’s estate, alleging that the deceased did not make reasonable financial provision for them.
Goss says he was reliant on George’s money and should therefore be provided for. He says he gave up his career as an art dealer to look after George while they were in a relationship and was looked after by George financially.
George left most of his £97.6 million fortune to his close friends and family when he died.
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