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Robin Williams' Widow Reveals Why She Went to Court over His Estate: 'I Had to Fight to Keep My Husband's Slippers'
Originally posted 11/05/2015 11:50AM
Second, she wants to clear up the rumors printed about her, including those about her highly-publicized dispute with Williams' three children over her late husband's estate.
"I couldn't even look at it; it was so wrong, I couldn't read it," Susan says of coverage of the probate court fight between her and the trustees of Williams' estate. "All of it was so wrong. What happened was, two and a half weeks after Robin [died] the trustees were starting to do what they do, I was not even back at home."
Susan says she was soon told that she would probably not be able to keep her wedding gifts because they fell under the loosely defined category of memorabilia. (A lawyer for Williams' children declined to comment for this story.)
"They were going to come and start clearing out items in the house without me even here," she recalls. "And the definition of 'memorabilia' kind of included everything, meaning there were no [parameters]. I raised my [concern]. I said, 'Can we discuss this?' "
Originally posted 11/04/2015 02:30PM
NOW ON @GMA: More from Susan Williams, widow of Robin Williams, with @arobach. pic.twitter.com/WH9dENd0dK— Good Morning America (@GMA) November 4, 2015
Robin Williams’ Heartbreaking Final Months: Widow Susan Says Star Battled Delusions, Anxiety and Increasing Confusion
Originally posted 11/06/2015 11:30AM
The tragedy surrounding Robin WIlliams' 2014 suicide has become even more heartbreaking as his widow Susan Williams shares new details regarding his battle with the debilitating brain disease Lewy Body Dementia.
Originally posted 11/05/2015 08:00AM
"I completely forgave him, I completely understood," Susan says. "I was beside myself in agony, but he fought to the end and I didn't know what we were fighting, but I knew we were fighting hard."
Originally posted 11/04/2015 02:00PM
In the wake of Susan Williams' revealing interview about what drove her husband Robin Williams to commit suicide last August – that Williams did not suffer from major depression, but rather a commonly misdiagnosed brain disease called Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) or Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) – Susan's heart wrenching details about how she and Williams struggled for more than a year to figure out what was wrong with him begs the question: What exactly is LDB? And why is it so difficult to diagnose?
Robin Williams' Widow Susan Reveals Her Husband Was Weeks Away From Moving into Treatment Facility Before His Suicide
Originally posted 11/04/2015 08:45AM
Robin Williams' health had deteriorated so much that he was just weeks away from moving into an inpatient treatment facility – one he may never have left – when he took his own life, the beloved comedian's widow has revealed to PEOPLE.
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