According to Thursday court documents obtained by Page Six, Cher said her son’s disappearance and “severe mental health and substance abuse issues” have again raised concerns over her and her finances.
This comes a week after the famous singer and actress filed for conservatorship of Eliza Blue Allman, arguing that the money she received would be “immediately spent on drugs … putting her life in danger ” He noted that his son earns $120,000 a year and is “entitled to regular distributions from a trust established by his father for his benefit.”
The move is the latest in a years-long feud between the 77-year-old pop star and her daughter-in-law Mariangela King, whom she claimed in documents Thursday that she would “take steps to stop” Allman, 47. To know about the guardianship hearing on Friday.
According to daily MailThe legal proceedings will decide whether Cher will be named Allman’s temporary conservator until a full hearing in March.
Although Allman filed for divorce from King in November 2021 after eight years of marriage, she asked for the case to be dropped on Tuesday. “They’ve been working on a reconciliation since April and it’s happened now,” said Regina Ratner, the Kings’ attorney. New York Post,
King previously criticized Cher for throwing Allman “in a lockdown facility” instead of a “legitimate, ethically operated one” and told Page Six that the conservatorship filing was “deeply disturbing.”
In another statement, a representative for King said, “Ms. King completely rejects the finding that she is incapable of caring for her husband or making sound medical and/or financial decisions on his behalf.’