Zsa Zsa Gabor's will is reportedly "lost or missing."
The actress and socialite, who died at 99 last December from cardiac arrest, did indeed have a will that detailed how her assets should be distributed after she passed, but nobody can find it, sources say.
Gabor's widower, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, claims that Gabor's daughter, Francesca Hilton, stole the will, despite dying a year before her mother. Documents obtained by the Daily Mail say that he "believes [the will] was stolen by [Gabor's] daughter, who had access and attempted to defraud third parties with a forged will."
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Gabor and Anhalt signed a pre-nuptial agreement, while Hilton and Anhalt were deemed co-executors of Gabor's will. Because of Hilton's death, though, all of Gabor's assets were placed into a private trust -- and Anhalt is the only trustee. Because it was established privately, the contents and worth of the trust remain unknown to the public.
Complicating the matter is the home that the couple shared in West Hollywood. Documents allege that the home was transferred into the trust and subsequently sold back in 2013, as to add the profits back into the private trust. Anhalt is still residing in the home, however, and has reportedly brokered a deal to allow him to stay in the property for another six months. The Daily Mail reports that he's paying the new owners $1,000 a month to stay there.
Anhalt married Gabor back in 1986, and it was his seventh marriage. It was her ninth.
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