Bruce Willis Will Leave his Daughters Just ‘$1 Million Each’


Recently, news emerged that actor Bruce Willis plans to leave his three eldest children just “$1 million each,” which is believed to be only 1% of his alleged $250 million fortune.

This revelation comes after Willis’s family announced that he has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, in addition to his previously diagnosed cognitive communication disorder called aphasia.

Bruce Willis is a well-known Hollywood actor and has starred in popular films such as Pulp Fiction and Die Hard. He has also been quite open about his personal life, including his marriage to Demi Moore in the late 1980s, with whom he had three children: Rumer, Scout LaRue, and Tallulah.

After their split in 1998, Willis married model Emma Heming in 2009, and they have two daughters together, Evelyn Penn and Mabel Ray.

Regarding Willis’s health, his family released a statement last March stating that he had been experiencing health issues and had been diagnosed with aphasia, which was affecting his cognitive abilities.

As a result, Willis has decided to step away from his acting career. His family expressed gratitude for the continued love and support they had received during this challenging time.

Since his diagnosis, Willis’s family has rallied around him, offering love and support. However, a source close to the star has revealed that his condition has continued to deteriorate, and it has been challenging for his family to witness. Unfortunately, Willis has now received a further diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia, which has added to his difficulties.

Despite his health struggles, Willis wants to ensure that his family is taken care of, including his three eldest children.

An insider has shared that Willis believes his daughters have already received the best of his financial resources and that they are thriving in their respective careers.

Therefore, he reportedly plans to leave them each with $1 million, hoping “to ensure that his young family is taken care of.”

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