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



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