Johnny Hallyday's children to contest will that left them nothing

Johnny Hallyday's children to contest will that left them nothing

Johnny Hallyday's children to contest will that left them nothing

Two of Johnny Hallyday's children are set to contest his will after discovering that he has left everything to his fourth wife, Laeticia Hallyday.

In a statement, actress Laura Smet said she was "stupefied and hurt" after learning she had been left nothing from her father's estate.

His biological son David is also contesting, the AFP news agency says.

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The French rock star, who died aged 74 of lung cancer on December 6, 2017, is survived by his wife of 21 years, with whom he had adopted two daughters from Vietnam.

The communique added that "not a guitar, not a motorbike, and not even the signed cover of the song "Laura", which is dedicated to her" had been left to Ms Smet.

"I would have preferred all this to stay with the family, unfortunately, in our family it's like this", she wrote.

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Her lawyers say the will - which uses law from California, where the singer spent time - is contradicted by French law. They then adopted two Vietnamese-born daughters, Jade and Joy.

Hallyday, whose real name was Jean-Philippe Smet, was often referred to as "the French Elvis".

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