Ralphie May’s widow thinks her late-estranged husband may have been working on secret projects and doling out lucrative presents to his closest cohorts, and she's demanding answers.
According to documents, obtained by The Blast, Lahna Turner filed subpoenas for Andrew and Brian Dorfman, May's manager and producing partner.
Turner wants the men to hand over all documents related to Ralphie's projects, intellectual rights, or other possible work that she may not be aware of. She also wants all documents related to meetings or communications they had with the comedian related to his business, and more importantly, his financial situation.
Along with documents, she wants the guys to give back any property owned by May or his entertainment companies at the time of his death, along with an itemized list of anything May gifted, transferred or sold to either of them since January 1, 2015.
The date is significant because May and Turner filed for divorce in May 2015, but it was never finalized before he passed away in October.
Now Turner wants to follow the paper trail and find out how much May's estate will be worth for herself and the two children he left behind.