Ralphie May’s widow claims the late comedian secretly transferred the title to an expensive tour bus they bought together in order to hide the asset in their divorce and now she’s fighting his former manager for it.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Ralphie’s former manager, Andrew Dorfman, filed for an injunction to prevent May's ex-wife, Lahna Turner, from selling off a 2003 Prevost bus. The bus has an estimated value of $200,000.
Dorfman is trying to block the sale because he claims May died owing him a lot of money and the bus is May's only substantial asset.
Back in 2008, May and his Turner created the entertainment company Deez Nutz Entertainment and purchased a 2003 Prevost bus model H3-45. Turner claims that after May filed for divorce, he created a separate company and transferred the title of the bus over to that in order to keep it away from her in the divorce.
Turner claims May directly violated a temporary injunction in the divorce which prohibited either side from transferring or selling marital property.
As a result, Lahna says the transfer was fraudulent and therefore the title should revert back to her.
The couple's divorce was never finalized before May passed away.
The case is ongoing.