Actor’s Sister Wants Omarosa Investigated Over Will

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Omarosa Manigault and the late Michael Duncan Clarke/
Omarosa Manigault and the late Michael Duncan Clarke/Courtesy Photo

The sister of the late “Green Mile” actor Michael Clarke Duncan wants his fiancé investigated over his will.

According to a report on Black America Web, Judy Duncan is accusing Omarosa Manigault, who’d been living with Duncan at the time of his death last year, tricked the star into re-writing his will, leaving her with nothing. The BAW report further states that Judy Duncan told TMZ that she hired a lawyer to investigate the circumstances behind Omarosa’s becoming the main beneficiary of her brother’s will.

Judy Duncan claims that Clarke was not of sound mind months before his death, and that as December 2011, was slurring his words and stumbling around.

In addition, the actor’s sister claims that Omarosa was focused on his money as he was struggling on life support, and that without his family’s knowledge, allegedly sold off lots of the actor’s personal items such as his watches, cars, his “Green Mile” director’s chair and awards.

Omarosa responded in an interview with TMZ that: “I don’t control the estate or the finances and Judy knows it. If you saw all of her emails and texts to me you would see that she is just trying to get money from me, and threatened going to press if I did not give it to her and that is a crime!”

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