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Jerry Lewis intentionally excludes his six sons from his will

23 Septembre 2017

Comedy legend Jerry Lewis had a long career in show business, and during that time he earned a reputation for being a grumpy, mean-spirited person offstage that was nearly as significant as his work in comedy and film.

Jerry Lewis "intentionally excluded" his six sons from his first marriage out of his will.

Retrieved by The Blast and People, the will, executed in 2012, reads: 'I have intentionally excluded Gary Lewis, Ronald Lewis, Anthony Joseph Lewis, Christopher Joseph Lewis, Scott Anthony Lewis, and Joseph Christopher Lewis and their descendants as beneficiaries of my estate, it being my intention that they shall receive no benefits hereunder'.

On Twitter, one comment played on Lewis' famous telethon for muscular dystrophy: "So much for Jerry's (actual) kids".

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Lewis died at age 91 of heart failure August 20.

According to reports, Lewis left his entire estate to widow SanDee Pitnick, with their adopted daughter Danielle second in line to inherit the fortune.

The Lewis estate is valued at a estimated $50 million. Estimates of his loss of reputation have yet to be calculated.

Jerry Lewis intentionally excludes his six sons from his will