Robin Thicke had some choice words for his stepmother after he claims she went on a campaign to "feed her insatiable desire for publicity" which he believes left a dark mark on Alan Thicke's legacy.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, widow Tanya Thicke will get 40% of her late-husband's estate, valued at $15,793,278.48. Each of his three children -- Robin, Brennan and Carter -- will receive 20%.
Robin, who is an administrator in the estate with Brennan, blasts Tanya by saying she stayed "True to form" and "initiated a media blitz serving no purpose but to besmirch the Co-Trustees and feed her insatiable desire for publicity regardless of the consequences to Alan's legacy or his children."
Along with cash, Tanya gets to keep a ranch in Carpinteria, CA.
A $100,000 loan which was given to Robin by his father was also cleared and "forgiven."
Robin and Tanya have been at each other's throats since Alan died, especially over the burial arrangements for their patriarch.
Alan died in 2016 at the age of 69 after suffering a heart attack while playing hockey with his son, Carter.