Nancy Sinatra Lashes Out at Stepmother Over Father Frank's Death
Music icon and Hollywood legend Frank Sinatra died May 14, 1998. On the 14th anniversary of his death, his daughter singer Nancy Sinatra, launched an angry tirade against her stepmother for keeping her away from her late father's deathbed. She even went so far as to call her stepmother, former Las Vegas showgirl Barbara Marx Sinatra, "evil personified," Contactmusic reports.
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"14 years ago today my father died and I was not given the chance to say goodbye," she began a series of Twitter posts. "I will never forgive her for that. Never... Karma is too good for her... Did then and continues to hurt us today. A horrible human being.
"He asked, 'Where are my children?' and his children didn't know (he was dying)," explained the "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" singer. "She is evil personified. (I wasn't allowed to visit) because then obits couldn't say, 'He died with his wife by his side.'"
She went on to say that she found out about Frank's deathbed words by his road manager, who was present when the singer passed. She also praised her other stepmother, Mia Farrow, and ended the rant by saying she was going to watch Howard Stern on "America's Got Talent."
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