Alan Thicke died in December 2016 and you’d think seventeen months might be enough time for loved ones to fight over the deceased’s money and move on with their lives, but his widow Tanya Callau is still fighting over money with his sons Robin and Brennan Thicke.
Robin Thicke and his older brother Brennan have been trying really hard to paint Alan Thicke’s widow Tanya Callau as a demon from Gold Digging Hell. They’ve accused her of threatening to call the tabloids unless the details of her prenup were changed, and have threatened to sue to keep her hands off Alan’s estate. Tanya shot back, accusing them of launching a smear campaign against her, and confessed that she and Alan were trying to have a child before he died.
Tanya’s lawyer Adam Streisand tells TMZ that the reason why Robin and Brennan are smearing Tanya’s name has nothing to do with wanting more from the estate; they’re just seeking revenge on her because she won’t let them grow pot at Alan’s Santa Barbara ranch. There’s a Growing Pains joke in there somewhere, I know it.
Alan Thicke’s widow Tanya Callau is currently at risk of being sued by Alan’s oldest two sons Brennan and Robin Thicke for alleged acts of gold digging. Brennan and Robin claim that Tanya is trying to get more money from Alan’s estate five months after his death. They also accuse her of threatening to go to the tabloids with her story unless they gave her more money.
Tanya’s lawyer Adam Streisand released a statement yesterday accusing Robin and Brennan of being the ones to run to the press with their family drama, and denying she has gold digger motivations. Tanya has more to say about those allegations, and she said it to TMZ.
Who knew that picture of Alan Thicke and his third wife Tanya Callau at Family Feud would foreshadow what was to be. Five months after Alan Thicke died, his family is feuding over his money. The Hollywood Reporter says that Robin Thicke and his older brother Brennan Thicke are taking Tanya to court over his estate and accusing her of trying to get her paws on their dad’s money.