Schumacher drafted $1-billion will in 2010

Michael Schumacher with his wife Corinna

Michael Schumacher with his wife Corinna

The will drawn up by seven time F1 World Champion Michael Schumacher would see his $1 billion-dollar estate divided equally among the three other members of his family.

That is claim of the Argentine daily Ole, as the 45-year-old’s coma after his late December skiing fall enters a third week.

The report said that the will and testament was signed by the former F1 driver in 2010, when he returned to the sport after a three-year sabbatical.

It instructs that his fortune, reported to be a billion US dollars, be divided equally between his wife Corinna, his daughter Gina-Maria (16), and son Mick (14).

We reported on Monday that Schumacher’s condition, last listed as stable but critical, had not changed since the last medical bulletin issued about a week ago.

The Austrian newspaper Zurich Tagesangeiger reported on Monday that a part of the great German’s skull has been removed to relieve pressure on his injured brain. (GMM)

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