David Bowie left $50 mn fortune to wife?

New York, Jan 30 (IANS) Late singer David Bowie has reportedly left a half of his $100 million estate to his wife Iman, along with the couple’s home on Lafayette Street in Manhattan, according to his will filed in a court.

Documents obtained by New York Post state the details of Bowie’s will. The singer’s daughter Alexandria, gets his Ulster County home in upstate New York and will split the remaining of Bowie’s fortune with Duncan Jones, his son from a previous relationship, reports eonline.com.

As per the report, Bowie also gave $2 million to his friend and personal assistant Corinne Coco Schwab and $1 million to his son’s former nanny Marion Skene.

The will also states that the late musician’s dying wish was to have his ashes scattered on the island nation of Bali in accordance with Buddhist rituals.

Bowie passed away earlier this month, just two days after his 69th birthday.

Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green sell home at loss

Actress Megan Fox and husband Brian Austin Green have sold their marital home at a loss.

The couple who filed for divorce in August last year bought the Toluca Lake property for $3.35 million two years ago, but have sold it for just $2.6 million, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

According Los Angeles Times, Green and Fox’s 6,710 sq ft house once belonged to singer Bing Crosby.

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