On Saturday, the model acknowledged that the Cars frontman, from whom she had separated, had indeed removed her from his will just weeks before his Sept. 15 death.
Page Six obtained a copy of the legal document and reports that Ocasek, 75, said in it, “I have made no provision for my wife Paulina Porizkova."
The model is remembering what she loved most about the rocker, who died last month.
Just weeks after influential New Wave pioneer Ric Ocasek of the Cars was found dead by his estranged wife, 1980s supermodel Paulina Porizkova, the erstwhile couple’s Federal-style townhouse in New York City’s posh Gramercy Park area has returned to market at $13.9 million. The late Cars superstar and the veteran catwalker, he a 2018 Rock […]
The autopsy findings coincide with two touching social media posts by the Ocasek family that have provided deeper insight in the singer-songwriter’s final hours.
The model, who announced her amicable separation from Ocasek last year, revealed that she discovered he'd died when she brought him his coffee.
Ocasek’s hiccuppy vocals, deadpan delivery, edgy pop smarts, and cool-cat persona made the Cars one of the most important bands not just of the ‘70s and ‘80s, but of all time.