George Michael's ex partner, Kenny Goss, is apparently not happy about not being named in the late singer's will, setting out the terms on which his £100M estate should be distributed. In a claim allegedly issued at the High Court, he says that the singer was giving him £15,000 per month before his death, and he was therefore maintained by him before his death which qualifies him to bring a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family & Dependants) Act 1975.
It is not clear if the will is also being challenged on validity grounds given that Goss is alleging that Michael "was not of sound mind" when he executed his will back in 2013. It is interesting that the claim is being brought so long after the singer's death - that may be the first hurdle that Goss has to overcome if he is to succeed in his claim.
A case with the title "Goss v Organ and others" is listed under case type "Probate - Part 8 Claim - Inheritance (provision for family/dependants)", according to The Sun. A source told the publication: "During their final years together, Kenny was effectively a stay-at-home husband, and almost entirely looked after financially by George. "His argument is he gave up his own career to focus on his relationship, and also set up a charitable foundation alongside George. He was essentially given an incredibly generous allowance which he came to rely on.