Carrie Fisher passed on a fortune to her daughter Billie Lourd.
New documents obtained by ET Canada show that Lourd, 25, will inherit $6.8 million in personal property from the legendary “Star Wars” actress. The court documents were filed by Fisher’s estate executor.
The “Scream Queens” actress is Fisher’s only child from her relationship with talent executive Bryan Lourd. Fisher’s daughter will also inherit personal belongings like jewellery, artwork and collectibles.
Beyond tangible items, Lourd has also been named the person responsible for Fisher’s public image and likeness, as well as “The Last Jedi” star’s intellectual property rights. Those intellectual property rights include proceeds from Fisher’s books, specials, trademarks, and copyrights.
A handful of Fisher’s memorabilia will be auctioned in September and her shared property with the late Debbie Reynolds is on the market for $18 million. Proceeds from the auction will go to charity and the sale of the property will likely be incorporated into the trust.
Fisher suffered a heart attack late last year and passed away at the age of 60.