When it came to his will, late actor Marlon Brando really took his kids to the mattresses (... get it?). The Godfather was worth a reported $21.6 million when he died in 2004, despite initial reports that he had whittled away all his money over the years. But his 11 children? It doesn't look as if they saw a dime of that money.
His son Christian was originally thought to inherit his father's estate, but a laundry list of family drama stood in the way of things going according to plan. For one, Christopher — who died in 2008 — had a terrible drug habit. Making matters worse, he was convicted of murder after killing his sister's abusive fiancé in 1990. His traumatic upbringing (which included his mom abducting him to Mexico) also caused lasting effects on Christian's emotional state. In the end, Brando turned his estate over to three executors, who were trusted confidantes.