After making public the desire of Tom Veiga (1973-2020) to take his ex-wife, Cybelle Herminio da Costa Veiga, from his will, the novel about the heritage of the actor that gave life to Louro José won a new chapter. Family members have come to suspect poisoning and want to exhume his body. The interpreter died on November 1 of last year.
According to information from columnist Leo Dias, of the newspaper Metrópoles, it was people close to Veiga who affirmed the family’s desire to ask for the exhumation of the body.
Cybelle’s name is still on the actor’s will, and she receives a pension of around R $ 18,000. However, three days before he died, Tom would have asked a friend to serve as a witness in the process of removing her from his will, which his family also plans to do after his death.
In addition to the ex-wife, Tom Veiga’s four children are in the will, 50% for the ex, and 12.5% for each of the natural heirs. Still according to the publication, a civil lawsuit is being filed by Tom’s children to judicially prove Cybelle’s indignity as heir. Another action was opened for Amanda, Tom’s eldest daughter, to be the inventor. However, the ex also wants to take care of the artist’s estate.
Tom and Cybelle were married in January 2020, in an intimate ceremony, but the official event did not take place until August 21. Both traded the stable union for marriage with total division of assets. A few days later, the two separated.
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