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Late Muhammad Ali's family may go into war over boxer's multi-million dollar will

The family of late boxing champion, ‘Muhammad Ali’ could go into a big family war over the boxer's multi-million dollar will.

The will which has been finalized will see his nine children get about $6million each with his wife, Lonnie getting double that amount.

Late Ali who had seven daughters and two sons died in June 2016 and his family have been at loggerheads with

each other over his multi-million dollar will.

An attorney for his organization, ‘Muhammad Ali Trust’, which is responsible for distributing his $80million estate stated that the will depicted the late boxer's wishes.

An insider revealed that most of his kids who didn't like his wife, Lonnie had been sucking up to her over the will.

The insider said;

"They all play nice-nicey now, but simmering tension goes back decades. None of the kids trust Lonnie, all are from different mothers and hate each other. Lonnie is said to get double what the kids have which has left many seething. They didn’t like her before their dad passed away accusing her of preventing them from seeing him".

"When he died some sucked up to Lonnie just to get as much as they can, but the truth is that they all did it – then accused the other siblings of doing it".

"Once money is in the bank it looks like they will cut all ties with each other but not before their true feelings are aired. But it’s not just the inheritance. There is a lot of bitterness between the family’s strict Muslims and non-believers for the way the funeral was conducted. They were disgusted he wasn’t buried within 48 hours as the Koran states, and that Will Smith and Mike Tyson were pallbearers. Some of the children are appalled it was more about a celebrity list than his own flesh and blood".

"World War Three is threatened and true feelings are expected to come flooding, and a few truths be told".

When Muhammad Ali has left such huge sum of money in his will, what else is expected from those he left behind?

In June 2016, Muhammad Ali gave up the ghost at the age of 74 after battling with Parkinson's disease for 35 years. [Read here if you missed]

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