Carrie Fisher’s $ 18 million Beverly Hills home, her personal belongings and bank accounts will be turned over to her daughter Billie Lourd, court documents reveal.
In the documents, obtained by People magazine, the 24-year-old “Scream Queens” actress was named beneficiary to her late mother’s estate, which includes several bank accounts, a life insurance policy, full ownership of several LLCs and a 2016 Tesla S.
According to the outlet, Lourd also inherited the “Star Wars” actress’ artwork, collectibles and jewelry. She also has ownership over her mom’s likeness and public image. Fisher’s intellectual property rights, like proceeds from her seven books, copyrights and trademarks, will also go to Lourd.
People reports that the home Fisher shared with her late mother, Debbie Reynolds, also belongs to Lourd.
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The estate is already on the market for $ 18 million. Once it sells, the proceeds will most likely be incorporated into the trust.
Other items that belonged to Fisher, like a life-size Princess Leia statue and personalized “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi” director’s chair, will be auctioned off in September.
Portions of the proceeds will go to The Jed Foundation, Reynolds’ charity The Thalians and a charity of Lourd’s choice.
Fisher died at the age of 60 in December 2016 at a Los Angeles hospital after suffering a heart attack during a flight a few days prior.
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According to a medical examiner report released last month, the actress had cocaine and ecstasy in her system when she went into cardiac arrest. Traces of heroine were also found in her system, the report stated.
Her death occurred one day before Reynolds died from what her son Todd Fisher said was a “severe stroke.”
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