Cher’s Legal Move
Cher has filed for temporary conservatorship of her 47-year-old son, Elijah Blue Allman.
The petition, lodged in Los Angeles Superior Court, focuses on Allman’s persistent substance abuse issues, a battle he’s openly addressed in the past.
Concerns Over Elijah’s Well-being
Citing Elijah’s ongoing struggle with substance abuse and mental health issues, Cher seeks to become the sole conservator of his estate.
She expresses concerns about his ability to manage his assets, fearing that any funds distributed to him might be used for drugs, jeopardizing his well-being.
Financial Management Worries
The petition outlines that while Elijah is entitled to regular trust distributions, Cher worries that his inability to manage his finances might lead to the immediate expenditure of funds on drugs, leaving him with no resources to support himself.
Elijah Blue Allman, the son of Cher and the late Gregg Allman, co-founder of the Allman Brothers Band, is Cher’s only child with Gregg Allman.
The couple was married from 1975 to 1979, and Gregg Allman passed away in 2017 after battling liver cancer.
A Protective Measure
Cher’s legal action seeks to safeguard Elijah’s interests amidst his ongoing struggles, aiming to protect his assets and well-being through temporary conservatorship.
Background on Elijah’s Parents
Elijah’s parents, Cher and Gregg Allman, have a storied history, with Cher’s filing for conservatorship emerging from her concerns about her son’s well-being amidst his battles with substance abuse, a matter he’s openly addressed in the past.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn