Roberta Williams, former wife of slain Gangland figure Carl Williams, and her daughter have been the subject of an intervention order after trying to force their way into the home of late patriarch George Williams.
A feud erupted when the women allegedly demanded a share of the Broadmeadows property, in Melbourne’s north, worth about $360,000.
The modest home is believed to have been left to George’s widow, Kathleen Bourke, The Age reported.
George 69, suffered a massive heart attack and died at the Broadmeadows home on May 11.
He reportedly changed his original will about eight months after his son Carl was bludgeoned to death at Barwon Prison, in April 2010.
George is believed to have left a substantial inheritance but was also in sizable debt to the Australian Taxation Office.
Mother of five, Mrs Wiliams, and her eldest daughter, Danielle Stephens, 23, are accused of damaging a steel fence on the Broadmeadows property, which was already peppered with bullets from a drive-by shooting last July.
Celebrity agent Matt Ryan-Garnsey, who represents Mrs Williams, said he would contest the property damage changes, and the intervention orders taken out against Mrs Williams and Ms Stephens would be disputed in the Broadmeadows Magistrates Court.
"Roberta is just sticking up for her daughter, and she thinks that Kath is taking something that is not deservedly hers," Mr Ryan-Garnsey told The Age.
George’s widow, who lives at the Broadmeadows property, believes her partner of 16 years wanted her to have the house and insisted Roberta and her children would have no legal claim on it, according to her late husband’s will.
"It's just greed. She's nothing but a greedy, spiteful person. When I looked at her, I think I saw the devil," Ms Bourke said.
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The incident follows an inheritance issue over George’s Essendon home, bequeathed to his only granddaughter, Dhakota, 15.
The ATO seized control of the $760,000 property in 2013, as part of a long-running dispute with George over a $570,000 tax bill, and it is unlikely the teen will receive a cent from the inheritance, The Age reported.
Ms Bourke accused Mrs Williams of turning her husband’s funeral last month into a “circus” when she was reportedly involved in an altercation with someone attending the service.
"The funeral she put on for George was an absolute disgrace because she didn't pay tribute to George. It was all about her and her daughters," Ms Bourke said.
Mrs Williams is expected to be cast in an Australian version of reality TV show Mob Wives.