Robin Williams' family battle over 'expensive' bike collection

The "Dead Poets Society" star, who died on August 11 last year, was an avid cyclist and owned dozens of bikes.

The "Dead Poets Society" star, who died on August 11 last year, was an avid cyclist and owned dozens of bikes.
LOS ANGELES: Actor Robin Williams' wife and his three kids are reportedly battling over his high-priced collection of bicycles.

The attorney for Susan, Williams' widow, asked a San Francisco judge to settle the remaining property disputes, which includes his large bicycle collection, artwork and books, with the late actor's three children, Zak, Zelda and Cody, reported TMZ.

The attorney for the children says, William's will is clear about who should get what and does not think the court needs to intervene.

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​The " Dead Poets Society" star, who died on August 11 last year, was an avid cyclist and owned dozens of bikes. He reportedly spent more than a million on the sport and some of his cycles were extremely rare.

Both sides will meet next week in a last effort to settle the matter without the judge. JUR NDS
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