George Michael has left his former partner Fadi Fawaz out of his £97.6 million will, according to reports.
The Wham! singer has left the bulk of his fortune to his sisters, court documents have revealed.
George Michael’s sisters Melanie and Yioda will get an equal share of all the singer's major assets, including his two London homes.
But according to The Sun, the star’s former partners Mr Fawaz and Kenny Goss, who he was with for 15 years, will receive nothing.
Court paperwork issued last month, on May 30, has kick-started proceedings to start dividing up the singer’s estate, after he died more than two years ago on Christmas Day, in 2016.
As well as including family members in his will, Michael has also left a share to seven friends, record producer David Austin and relatives
He also chose to leave artwork, antiquities and John Lennon’s piano to The Mill Charitable Trust.
Michael’s father Kyriacos, or Jack, has been left a horse racing stud farm, where he has lived for a number of years
When asked by the newspaper if he wanted to comment on the will’s detail, Mr Fawaz reportedly said: “No way, thank you. Have a lovely night”.
Michael died at home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, aged 53.