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The late Muhammad Ali was treated like a prisoner in his own home, where he lived with his wife as he struggled through his final days, the boxing legend’s heartbroken brother Rahman exclusively told RadarOnline.com. “My brother doesn’t speak, doesn’t even recognize me,” Rahman told Radar in 2013. “He’s in a bad, bad way. I cry because it breaks my heart. I would rather he dies sooner than later. The longer he goes on, so does his suffering and misery.” But it wasn’t Ali’s crippling Parkinson’s disease that made his life intolerable.
“His wife Lonnie and her family are draining him, and there’s nothing I can do about it,” he said. “In my opinion, Lonnie’s evil. Muhammad’s a prisoner in his own home. He can’t do anything for himself and she takes advantage.”
Rahman added: His brother Rahman said "I think she’s the worst thing to happen to him". Parkinson’s has hit his brain now, and he shouldn’t be doing any more public appearances, but his wife makes him since she’s getting money for it, It’s all about the money. Rahman also said that Lonnie, who’s Ali’s fourth wife of 26 years will write him and Ali’s nine children out of his will, replacing them with members from her family. Ali's children have not been able to visit their father.
“She talks to him bad,” he explained. “He doesn’t even get fed properly. The last time we were together (for a July Gala in London honoring Ali), he was so dehydrated. You could tell from his lips. When I asked him how he was, I could tell from his eyes he was in a bad way. He just breathed heavy, a heavy sigh. It’s pitiful.” An expert believed at the time that Lonnie’s treatment of the famed boxer could be a form of elder abuse.
originally posted by: WombRaider69
a reply to: tommo39
C'mon let the man rest in peace. Why does this kind of news only come when some1 dies? Where were they when he wa alive?