‘It’s a legal problem, darling….’ Hollywood Icon Zsa Zsa Gabor’s will ‘lost or missing’ amid claims it was stolen

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s will is missing, and her husband is blaming Gabor’s late daughter, Cypress Mail reports.

According to probate court documents obtained by the news outlet, the original will is “currently lost or missing.”

Gabor’s husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt has accused Francesca Hilton of stealing the documents before her death in 2015. The documents state that von Anhalt “believes [the will] was stolen by [Gabor’s] daughter, who had access and attempted to defraud third parties with a forged will.”

In 1986, the couple had signed a pre-nuptial agreement, and Francesca and Frederic were both named as co-executors of the will.

However, when Francesca passed away, all of Zsa Zsa’s estate was consolidated into a trust. Frederic is the sole trustee of the trust.

Since the trust is private, it’s worth, along with where the assets will be distributed, is unknown.

Irwin B. Feinberg, probate and trust litigation expert, explained to People magazine what this means.

“We still don’t know how much she’s worth or who the money is going to. Von Anhalt is the trustee of the trust, so all of the assets, save some items of personal property that were dealt with in the will, are in the trust and are going to be distributed according to the terms of the trust, which no one knows because the trust is private. It’s not filed in court.”

It’s known that the house, worth $10.9 million, was transferred, but it’s unclear if the estate held any debts.

Feinberg told People that “the house was not originally in the trust, but since it was meant to be, it was moved into it. Since then, the house was sold with the proceeds going back into the trust.”

According to Daily Mail, Frederic is refusing to vacate the house, which he shared with his late wife. The house was sold in 2013 with the condition that he would move out within four months after her death. He believes this isn’t enough time and has come to an agreement with the homeowners that $300,000 will be taken off of the selling price, and he will pay $1000 a month in rent for the next six months.

Zsa Zsa was 99 when she passed away in December 2016.


Feature photo: Associated Press