George Michael’s cousin has revealed where the singer’s money will go. But there’s one surprising figure who may not get a cent.
George Michael’s cousin has revealed where the singer’s money will go. But there’s one surprising figure who may not get a cent.

Surprise detail in George Michael’s will

GEORGE Michael left nothing to lover Fadi Fawaz in his will, the star's cousin has revealed.

His money is going to charities, his sisters and staff, with former boyfriend Kenny Goss also missing out, The Sun reports.

Andros Georgiou, 55, said the estate had now written to those getting a share.

They are said to include a housekeeper from his North London home and another at Goring, Oxfordshire, where he was found dead aged 53 on Christmas Day 2016.

Andros, the singer's closest childhood pal, said most of the multi-million fortune will go to charities and sisters Yioda, 58, and Melanie, 56.

But he added: "People who worked for George and were loyal to him will be getting small amounts."

The estate is keen to sell the properties plus another in Regent's Park, London.

However, the ex-Wham! star's on-off lover Fadi, who found his body, has not permanently moved out of the £5 million ($A8.8 million) pad.

Andros said Fadi, 45, who received regular money from George, was contesting his exclusion from the will.

Australian hairdresser Fadi Fawaz and boyfriend George Michael. Picture: Twitter
Australian hairdresser Fadi Fawaz and boyfriend George Michael. Picture: Twitter

He added: "Fadi is threatening to go all the way to High Court but I think the estate will have to settle with him.

"He's been offered £500,000 ($A884,550) and I think the estate should pay a couple of million to get rid of him."

Andros said emails sent by Fadi, revealed by The Sun last week, suggesting George killed himself were sparked by his dispute.

Dallas art dealer Kenny, 59, the singer's boyfriend from 1996 to 2011, was also contesting his exclusion in relation to their Goss-Michael Foundation.

This story first appeared on The Sun and has been republished here with permission.



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