Cher’s Allegations Fail to Secure Conservatorship for Son Elijah Blue Allman

Los Angeles, CA – Cher’s request to become the sole conservator of her son Elijah Blue Allman’s estate has been denied by a judge due to insufficient evidence, according to court documents obtained by E! News. The Grammy winner had filed for conservatorship last month, citing concerns about Elijah’s mental health and substance abuse issues.

In her petition, Cher, 77, claimed that Elijah, 47, was set to receive assets from his trust before 2023, but she believed that the funds would be spent on drugs due to his ongoing struggles. She argued that appointing a conservator was necessary in order to protect Elijah’s property from loss or harm.

The judge, however, did not find Cher’s allegations to be strong enough to grant the conservatorship. The denial of her request came on January 29. E! News has reached out to Cher’s representative and attorney for comment on the decision, but has not received a response.

Cher, a renowned singer and actress, is known for her deep love and concern for her children. Elijah is the son of the late musician Gregg Allman, who passed away in 2017. The family has faced their share of hardships over the years, with Elijah battling his own demons.

It is unclear how this ruling will affect Elijah’s future or his relationship with his mother. The denial of the conservatorship means that Elijah will maintain control over his own estate for the time being. While Cher’s concerns for her son’s well-being are understandable, the court found that the evidence presented was not sufficient to warrant granting her full control.

This case highlights the complexities of dealing with mental health and substance abuse issues within families. It serves as a reminder of the challenges faced by parents who are trying to protect their children while respecting their autonomy and individual rights.

The emotional strain of witnessing a loved one struggle with addiction can be overwhelming, and Cher’s decision to take legal action reflects the depths of her concern. It remains to be seen how she and Elijah will navigate their relationship moving forward, and what steps they will take to ensure his well-being.

In the meantime, Elijah will continue to be responsible for his own financial and legal affairs. Cher’s unsuccessful petition for conservatorship serves as a reminder of the legal hurdles that must be overcome in order for one person to have full control over another’s estate.