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Here's Who Inherited Olivia Newton-John's Fortune After She Died
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When diagnosed with breast cancer for a third time in 2017, Olivia Newton-John began selling some of her property and donated the earnings toward charities and cancer research.
As for the rest of her assets, the Estate & Elder Law Center of Southside Virginia reported that they would go to her husband, John Easterling, and her only child, Chloe Lattanzi.
One of the properties Olivia Newton-John put on the market was her lush, tree-filled mansion located in Australia, which Express says went for $4.6 million.
She also placed her four-bedroom, five-bathroom Californian retreat for sale at $5.4 million. Ultimately, the property was transferred to her husband, who later re-financed it.
Though it hasn't been confirmed, Newton-John could have sold off her property portfolio to give a final monetary gift to the institutions she supported before passing.