French court freezes late rocker's assets over disputed will


A French court on Fiday ordered that property belonging to the late rock star Johnny Hallyday and future royalty payments on sales of his music are frozen pending a ruling on a challenge brought by his elder children to his will, in which he left all his assets, speculated to be worth up to 100 million euros, to his fourth wife and their two young adopted daughters. 

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A French court has frozen property assets and royalties of French rocker Johnny Hallyday while it deliberates on the music star's will, reports BBC News.