The will of Australian cricket legend Shane Warne was revealed, with his estate amounting to over $20 million.
He left his three children, Brooke, Jackson, and Summer, 31 percent of his wealth.
His brother, Jason, received two percent of his fortune, while his niece Tyla, and nephew Sebastian, got around two-and-a-half percent.
His son, Jackson, received a little extra from his father. He gave his three prized vehicles, which included a Yamaha motorcycle, a BMW, and a Mercedes, to Jackson, but he left nothing for his ex-fiancee, Liz Hurley, or his children’s mother, Simone Callahan.
His home in Portsea, Victoria, was valued at over $6 million. His bank account was also $5 million.
In addition to his home, he had a bank account with HSBC, and he had shares worth over $3 million.
He died in March last year in Thailand, following a heart attack.
His death was met with an overwhelming amount of grief, as it was followed by a memorial service at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
One of the most talented and successful players in the history of international cricket, Shane has taken over 700 Test wickets at an average of 25.41 from 1992 to 2007.
He was also named one of the five best players in the world by the Wisden magazine.
He was instrumental in Australia’s success at the 1999 World Cup.
He retired from international cricket after the tournament, and he became a commentator for Fox Cricket and Channel 9.