Entertainment Alan Thicke's widow denies gold digger claims, says they were planning on having a child together in 2017

15:11  19 may  2017
15:11  19 may  2017 Source:   New York Daily News

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Alan Thicke ' s widow denies gold digger claims , says they were planning on having a child together in 2017 . Alan Thicke ’ s widow Tanya Callau denies claims she’s a gold digger . (Laura Cavanaugh/WireImage).

Alan Thicke ' s widow Tanya Callau says the couple was about to expand their family before the "Growing Pains" actor's sudden death. Alan Thicke ’ s Sons Taking His Widow to Court over Prenup She Claims Is Invalid.

Alan Thicke and wife Tanya Callau attend the Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe at Sony Studios on August 27, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. © Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic Alan Thicke and wife Tanya Callau attend the Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe at Sony Studios on August 27, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Alan Thicke's widow Tanya Callau says the couple was about to expand their family before the "Growing Pains" actor's sudden death.

Callau told TMZ that she is not out for Thicke's money after news broke that she was facing a possible lawsuit from his sons Brennan and Robin, but that she loved the star deeply and they had planned on having a child together in 2017.

She claims they froze her eggs three years ago and planned to get pregnant in 2017 after Thicke's youngest, Carter, had moved out.

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Alan Thicke ’ s widow Tanya Callau is currently at risk of being sued by Alan ’s oldest two sons Brennan and Robin Thicke for alleged acts of gold digging . Brennan and Robin claim that Tanya is trying to get more money from Alan ’s estate five months after his death.

Denies Robin's Gold Digger Claim . Alan Thicke ' s widow says she was far from an opportunist out for Alan 's riches, and says she loved him so deeply they were about to expand their family when he died.

The 41-year-old widow also told the gossip site that an architect visited their Santa Barbara ranch in early December to plan a nursery. However, Thicke, 69, died of massive heart attack soon after on Dec. 12, 2016.

In a court filing obtained by the Daily News, Brennan and Robin allege that Callau threatened "tabloid publicity" if they did not meet her additional demands for more of Thicke's estate.

Callau, however, told TMZ that she never threatened to go the tabloids.

Thicke made Callau, 41, the beneficiary of a $500,000 life insurance policy, as well as giving her all of his union and death benefits.

"Now that Alan is dead, Tanya claims there are numerous problems with the trust and the prenuptial agreement," the new paperwork filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court claims.

She reportedly wants her portion of the estate reevaluated.

The Bolivian-born actress encouraged everyone to seek mediation in order to "figure it all out."

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