Barry Gibb has banned dead brother Andy’s duet with Victoria Principal from a greatest hits compilation honoring the late pop singer — because he blames the “Dallas” siren for his sibling’s 1988 death!
“Capital Records execs are furious, but Barry and his family believe Victoria was responsible for Andy’s troubles” and turned him into a cocaine addict, said an insider.
Barry, the only surviving member of the Bee Gees, is convinced the actress helped push his brother into a death spiral after their ugly breakup in 1982.
Before their split, the couple recorded the Everly Brothers’ hit “All I Have to Do Is Dream.”
After losing Victoria, Andy confessed, “I fell apart. I started to do cocaine around the clock.”
Andy died from a heart infection — hastened by drugs — at age 30.
“Victoria’s never made a big deal out of it,” added the source.
“She respects the family’s wishes, but it’s a shame that the only record she ever made was an international hit — and now it’s practically a lost song!”