A note written by Star Trek star Nichelle Nichols revealed she intends to change her will to limit her son’s access to her $10 million estate!
The letter, exclusively obtained by The National ENQUIRER, was revealed after the 86-year-old actress was heard on an audiotape screaming for help amid a guardianship battle with her son, Kyle Johnson, 67, on April 23.
Nichelle — who played Lt. Uhura in the ’60s TV classic — has been battling dementia and suffered a stroke in 2015.
Last summer, Kyle launched a lawsuit alleging Nichelle is being used as a cash cow by hangers-on who are preying on her dementia. But her manager, Gilbert Bell, claimed Kyle is locking her away in her Woodland Hills home so he can get her $10 million fortune! Gilbert has filed an elder abuse complaint on her behalf.
In September, a California judge named Kyle the temporary conservator of Nichelle’s person and put her psychologist, B.J. Hawkins, in charge of her financial affairs. In the note, she stated: “I am amending my last will and trust as you have stated to me several times: ‘I can’t wait to get rid of s–t and sell MY house and property.’”
Gilbert told The ENQUIRER, “Nichelle NEVER wanted Kyle in charge of her!”
On the tape, the actress can be heard shrieking: “You get your hands off me! I’m the boss of me, Gil. He’s not the boss of me!”