Lynda Bellingham’s Sons Slam Her Widower Michael Pattemore As Will Dispute Rages On

'At least we’re finally nearer to the point where we can have nothing more to do with him.'

24/07/2017 11:51 | Updated 24 July 2017

Lynda Bellingham’s two sons, Michael and Robbie Peluso, have slammed their mother’s widower Michael Pattemore, in an ongoing dispute over inheritance.

Earlier this month, Michael appeared on ‘This Morning’ to talk about the hatred he has received since their very public row began, claiming Lynda’s two sons were given a flat following their mother’s death.

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Robbie and Michael Peluso

Now, Michael and Robbie have once again claimed their step-father has not been entirely truthful and the former told the Daily Mail: “The flat has a £576,000 mortgage on it. Under the terms of the agreement, we have to sell it within two years. We aren’t allowed to live in it.”

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Michael and Lynda in 2014 

Lynda’s estate was estimated to be worth £5 million, with her widow claiming most of the cash was invested in property.

The men also claimed Lynda’s other family members have severed ties with her husband, who confirmed this when contacted by the paper.

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Lynda's sons are from her second marriage, to  Nunzio Peluso

The family feud began almost three years ago, when Michael and Robbie shared their disapproval of Pattemore’s decision to go on a round-the-world trip and get a hair transplant, in the months immediately following Lynda’s death in October 2014.

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