Legacy of Johnny Hallyday: his son David gives up everything and turns the page

After more than two years of fierce battle between Laeticia Hallyday, Laura Smet and David Hallyday concerning the legacy of Taulier, we learned at the beginning of July that the three parties had finally found a final agreement. Only as Closer revealed to you, the document had only been initialed by the widow of Johnny Hallyday, as well as by his 36-year-old daughter. For his part, Johnny’s son had not yet written his initials at the bottom of the chord, because of a last look he was asking for on the rocker’s work.

Finally, David Hallyday has officially decided to renounce “the succession of his father, Jean-Philippe Smet”, reveals Le Figaro, Friday July 31. The son of Johnny Hallyday did not wish to receive and did not receive anything “whether financially or patrimonially”, entrusted his lawyer Pierre-Jean Douvier, to Le Figaro. “This outcome is in line with the commitments that David Hallyday had made since he has the guarantee that his three sisters are now protected and the memory of his father respected,” the council said.

After these long months of battle, David Hallyday intends to devote himself entirely to his family and loved ones, as well as of course to his passion for music, which he owes to his father. His free time, the 53-year-old artist will also devote it to “two causes which have been dear to him for a long time: animal protection and environmental protection”, we also learn.

“DAVID HALLYDAY” “JOHNNY HALLYDAY” AND “LAURA SMET” INSIDE “L ‘AMNESIA” AT THE EVENING OF IN © AGENCE / BESTIMAGE

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