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    Boo Hoo Wynonna Judd Reportedly 'Upset' With Her Mother Naomi's Decision on $25 Million Will

    CARLY SILVA - Parade Magazine




    Wynonna Judd reportedly doesn't approve of the decision in her late mother, Naomi Judd's, final will.

    Naomi—who died of suicide at age 76 back in April—apparently left out both Wynonna and her sister, Ashley Judd from her will, causing both women to miss out on their mom's estimated $25 million fortune.

    Instead of her children, Naomi designated her longtime husband, Larry Strickland, as sole executor of her estate, leaving Wynonna "upset" over the snub, Radar reported.

    According to the outlet, Wynonna, 58—who made up one half of the mother-daughter duo, The Judds—"believes she was a major force behind her mother's success," and therefore deserves the inheritance.

    "Wynonna was banking on getting a piece of the pie," a source told the publication, adding that the country singer believes Ashley and Larry "conspired against her."

    According to the report, Wynonna is already meeting with attorneys in the hopes of legally contesting the will, although her sister seems to be less bothered by their late mother's decision.

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    Ashley, 54, apparently believes her mom "knew what she was doing," by barring Wynonna from receiving a payout, said a family friend, who claimed "Wynonna has had money problems throughout her adult life."

    "She's blown through every dollar she made with The Judds," the source reportedly stated. "She even checked into a treatment facility in 2004 for a 'money disorder!'"

    Wynonna and Ashley have not yet publicly spoken on their feelings concerning the matter.

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    That does seem a little petty. She could have left them with a mil each or something

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    i don't like the thought of kids assuming they get everything when a parent dies, so i am team naomi

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    Quote Originally Posted by deebakes View Post
    i don't like the thought of kids assuming they get everything when a parent dies, so i am team naomi

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    Yeah, but they got nothing.

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    Hmm. A tad odd I guess, but,if there happens to be no will,wouldn't the surviving spouse inherit anyway?

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    By leaving them nothing she opens her estate up to being sued for money. If she left them something they probably couldn't contest it.
    At least that's what I saw on Better Call Saul






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    and lord knows everything we see on tv is accurate

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