REPORT: Farrah Fawcett Leaves Fortune to Troubled Son, Not Ryan O'Neal

Farrah Fawcett excluded Ryan O'Neal from her 2007 will, instead leaving everything to her son Redmond O'Neal.

That's what England's Daily Mail is reporting, saying Farrah's troubled, 24-year-old, currently incarcerated son Redmond stands to inherit his mother's approximately $6 million estate.

"Farrah appointed two trustees to make sure the money supports her son's journey into sobriety rather than giving him the means to destroy himself," a source reportedly told the paper. "Redmond’s inheritance will be tightly controlled."

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Redmond was in jail on drug-related charges and unable to be by his mother's side when she died. O'Neal said he asked Fawcett to "please forgive him, that he was so very, very sorry."

The "Charlie’s Angels" star died of cancer at age 62 on June 25. The paper says she wrote her last will in 2007 after she learned her anal cancer had recurred and spread to her liver.

Fawcett and Ryan O’Neal had a 15-year relationship which ended in 1997 and reunited after she was diagnosed with cancer in 2006.

Fawcett documented the trials and tribulations of her battle with cancer in the NBC documentary "Farrah’s Story."