Bruce Willis, with a heritage of R$ 1 billion, changes his will and will give less money to his daughters


Actor Bruce Willis, 67, who left work after being diagnosed with a degenerative disease that affects his ability to communicate, changed his will to divide the inheritance he will leave between his five daughters, around R$ 1.32 billion. However, according to Radar Online, this distribution is quite uneven.

According to the publication, Willis intends to leave to adult daughters Rumer, 34, Scout, 31, and Tallulah, 28, the equivalent of just over R$ 5 million for each, a very small amount compared to the amount he has equity.

The rest would be shared between the two youngest daughters, Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, 8. The reason would be the fact that the three adults have consolidated careers and great support from their mother, actress Demi Moore, 60.

Bruce’s will was redone years ago after his marriage to Emma Heming in 2009. After the two youngest were born, once again the will was tweaked, and now another change with a possible worsening of his aphasia.

Aphasia is a neurodegenerative condition that affects the ability to communicate verbally and, as it evolves, also impairs writing. It may be caused by stroke (cerebrovascular accident), which is one of the most frequent, aneurysm, trauma, brain infections, tumors and other degenerative diseases that affect the brain.

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