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  1. Hoffman Refused to Leave Money to his Kids

    Philip Seymour Hoffman didn’t leave a cent of his $35 million estate to his three children, insisting they shouldn’t become spoiled “trust fund kids.” The Oscar-winning actor, who died of an overdose in February, left his entire fortune to the children’s mother, trusting her to take care of them. The 2004 will also stipulates that Hoffman wanted his son — his two daughters weren’t born yet — to be raised in one of three culture-rich U.S. cities: Manhattan, Chicago or San Francisco.

    New York Post, Sydney Morning Herald

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