Reports: Joost van der Westhuizen's estate was almost empty

Cape Town -  According to Rapport and The Citizen late rugby player Joost van der Westhuizen’s estate only included a shotgun, a trailer, two watches and a few cents – not enough to even cover the legal costs.  

“According to inventory that Rapport saw, there was relatively little left of the rugby player’s riches,” the newspaper reported on Sunday. This follows the reported end of legal battle between Joost’s family and Amor Vittone about the will and inheritance.

Regarding the battle Amor told Jacaranda FM: "All I'm fighting for is just what was promised by Joost many times.” 

Vittone also told Netwerk24: “But what must I do if I have no certainty about my children’s future? In the last five years of his life, Joost promised the children that they would never have to worry about money. The last thing my children need now is to be moved from the environment they know after losing their father.”

Amor's book deal: 

It was reported by some publications on Monday, that the Afrikaans singer had a book deal and was going to write about her "side of things." The Juice reached out to Amor’s manager, Delyse Vittone who fervently denied this saying:  “I’m her manager and I can tell you that she doesn’t have a book deal. That is completely untrue.”

The actress is currently filming with local soapie 7de Laan