Farrah Fawcett secret love affair revealed in court papers
Farrah Fawcett’s real love life details has been exposed in a lawsuit between the two men in Fawcett’s life that both claim they were Farrah’s true loves.
Actor Ryan O’Neal was Farrah Fawcett’s boyfriend from 1979-1997, and stayed close companions with the “Charlie’s Angels” star right up to her death in 2009.
But, and other man by the name of Greg Lott claims he carried long term relationship with Farrah Fawcett for the last 11-years of her life, but he and Farrah had kept the relationship very private.
Lott claims in his lawsuit against Ryan O’Neal that during Farrah’s dying last days Ryan O’Neal had shut him completely out of Farrah’s life.
Farrah Fawcett’s secret love affair with her collage boyfriend’s details have come to light during the suit that Lott has filed over the ownership the Andy Warhol portrait of Farrah.
O’Neal and Lott battle over Farrah Fawcett portrait by Andy Warhol
Explosive court papers reveal how Farrah Fawcett had an 11-year relationship with her college sweetheart behind the back of Ryan O’Neal up until her death.
Greg Lott was called to give a deposition in the lawsuit, revealing that he and Farrah Fawcett were having a sexual relationship, and that she was his ‘girlfriend’- until she died from cancer in 2009.
Farrah Fawcett and O’Neal never married but dated from 1979 until 1997, and during that time they raised their son Redmond together.
Lott stated in court that Farrah Fawcett had rarely ever spoke to Ryan O’Neal except when it came to discussing their dysfunctional drug addicted son Redmond.
Lott also offered this 2007-dated letter from Farrah as evidence of their relationship.
Who was Farrah Fawcett’s true love?
‘My understanding is he (Ryan O’Neal) claims that he was with her for 30 years. That discounts my 11-year relationship with her,’ Lott said in the deposition.
The truth, he says, is that for the last 11 years of her life, Farrah was involved in a very private romance with him. ‘We were blind, crazy, in love,’ he says. ‘Farrah was my best friend and my inspiration.
Now O’Neal is trying to make sure he gets control of one last piece of Fawcett, and this time it comes in the form of a painting.
Andy Warhol made two silk screens of Fawcett in 1980 and one of the originals was bequeathed to her alma mater of the University of Texas but O’Neal claims that it belongs to him.
The trial is currently underway.
Who do you believe Greg Lott, or Ryan O’Neal, or are they both just trying to profit off off the deceased Farrah Fawcett?