Eight months after Oscar de la Renta sadly passed away, it has been revealed the fashion designer allegedly excluded his adopted son, Moises de la Renta, from the majority of his will.
According to Page Six, the couturier's son — whom he adopted from the Dominican Republic after the death of his first wife, Françoise de Langlade, in 1983 — was left a very small portion of Oscar's $26 million estate upon his death at age 82 in October 2014.
Oscar and Moises in September 2011. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Years ago, Moises, 30, allegedly angered his father when he launched his own women's fashion line, MDLR, in 2005. Court documents further reveal if the designer's only son tries to contest the amount left to him, he will be cut out of the will altogether.
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“Moises did a little line, five or six pieces. But that doesn’t make a fashion designer,” Oscar previously told New York Magazine of his son's career choice.
Oscar — who died of complications of cancer — left the majority of his fortune to his second wife, Annette Engelhard. He also reportedly bequeathed money to her three children.
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