Ralphie May’s widow is fighting for a tour bus she purchased with the late comedian.
His former manager, Andrew Dorfman, filed court documents to stop Lahna Turner from selling a 2003 Prevost bus worth $200,000, according to The Blast. Dorfman claimed in the court documents that the bus is May’s most valuable asset and the comedian owed him money at the time of his death.
May and Turner created an entertainment company together in 2008 and purchased the tour bus on behalf of Deez Nutz Entertainment. Turner alleged that he created a separate company and transferred the title of the bus to the new entity after he filed for divorce in 2015 to keep it away from her. She also claimed that he violated a temporary court order that prohibited either of them from transferring or selling marital property, and now she wants the bus back.
May died in October. His cause of death was later determined to be hypertension and heart disease. He was 45.
Turner and May’s divorce was not finalized at the time of his death and the case over the bus is ongoing.