GLEN’S WIDOW WINS WAR OVER WILL!
Cash crunch forces disinherited kids to drop lawsuit
RHINESTONE Cowboy Glen Campbell’s widow has won the bitter family feud over his millions! GLOBE has learned three of Glen’s oldest children have dropped a lawsuit claiming the Alzheimer’s-stricken star’s fourth wife, Kimberly, convinced him to freeze them out of their inheritance!
The siblings — Travis, Kelli and Wesley — recently threw in the towel after deciding pursuing the case in a Tennessee probate court was too expensive.
“Everything that was going on was costing so much money,” a family insider tells GLOBE.
“They were doing it out of principle, but their lawyer advised them the court is not a place to prove a point — and they agreed with him.”
The siblings’ lawsuit claimed the Country Music Hall of Famer was mentally incapable of signing any will before his Aug. 8, 2017, death at age 81.
Kimberly was named executor of Glen’s estate, according to the 2006 will, which listed five of his eight children as beneficiaries. Travis, Kelli and Wesley — whose mom was Glen’s second wife, Billie Jean — charged Kimberly locked Glen in a nursing home, prevented them from visiting him and that she engaged in a torrid affair with family friend James Keach, the ex-husband of actress Jane Seymour.
According to court records, the Wichita Lineman singer’s estate, which was initially valued at $50 million, was worth only about $1.3 million.
“The family wanted to demonstrate the truth about Kimberly’s true character,” the insider tells GLOBE, “and the fact that she milked Glen dry during the last years of his life.”
However, Glen’s widow has vehemently denied the accusations and insists her hubby got the best of care as well as all her love!
Kimberly with family friend James KeachKimberly has denied she milked husband Glen dry while he suffered from Alzheimer’s disease
Kelli Three Campbell children were cut out of the singer’s estate