David Cassidy’s will cuts out disloyal daughter Katie

David Cassidy’s disloyal daughter Katie won’t be seeing whatever was left of her late father’s wealth.

The “Partridge Family” star, who died last month at 67, left all of his resources to his son, Beau, according to papers obtained by The Blast.

The cocktail singer’s last will and covenant categorically cuts out Katie and any of her descendants from inheriting any of Cassidy’s $150,000 in several assets.

Though Beau will get the money, Cassidy left any and all music memorabilia to his 3 half-brothers, Shaun, Patrick and Ryan, his repute confirmed.

David Cassidy’s daughter shares his last difference over Twitter

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David Cassidy’s will leaves $150,000 in resources to his son, Beau, and nothing to his daughter Katie.

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Cassidy drafted his will back in 2004, and he and his daughter, who now stars on the CW show “Arrow,” had a scattered attribute over the years.

Katie was lifted by her mother, former indication Sherry Williams, and her stepfather, Richard Benedon.

And yet Katie gushed about having her father as a close crony in 2009, the span had a descending out at some indicate before David’s insanity diagnosis in 2015, and cut off all contact.

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“I’ve never had a attribute with her. we wasn’t her father. we was her biological father but we didn’t lift her,” he told People in February. “She has a totally opposite life. I’m unapproachable of her. She’s very talented. It’s tough for me to even accept how old she is now, like 30.”

Shaun Cassidy remembers hermit David in touching reverence

Still, the father-daughter twin seemed to patch things over by the time he died, as Katie was by his side to hear his last words.

“Words can’t demonstrate the condolence the family’s perceived from all the adore support during this trying time. My father’s last difference were ‘So much squandered time.’ This will be a daily sign for me to share my thankfulness with those we adore as to never rubbish another minute… Thank you,” she tweeted a few days after his death.

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