Late French rocker Hallyday's disinherited children take feud to court

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The adult children of French rocker Johnny Hallyday, who died last December, have applied for his will to be frozen in an attempt to block the singer's testament leaving all his wealth and future royalties to his wife and two youngest children.

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Warring members of Johnny Hallyday’s family will seek a court order freezing the late French rocker’s estate on Thursday in the first round of a bitter dispute over his 100-million-euro fortune, reports The Guardian.