Their story is worthy of a chart-topping country song.
Behind their unquestionable fame and fortune, the Judds have been beset by decades of dysfunction – abuse, addiction, and depression.
And the tragic suicide of matriarch Naomi, 76, on April 30 – one day before she was due to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame – was the catalyst for more family drama.
This week it emerged that elder daughter Wynonna, 58, plans to contest her mother’s will, which made no provision for her or her half-sister Ashley, 54.
Instead, Naomi appointed their stepfather, her husband of 33 years, Larry Strickland, as executor of her $25million fortune.
Strickland has no children, but Naomi doubled down on her decision to exclude her own, instructing that, if he were unable, the executorship…
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