Oprah Winfrey has fuelled speculation her relationship with longtime partner Stedman Graham is in jeopardy--by leaving him out of her will.
The media mogul recently drew up the legal document, leaving none of her $2 billion fortune to her partner of 21 years in the event of her passing, according to MSNBC's The Scoop.
Instead, the talk-show queen has dictated her money will be donated to several charities and the three daughters she plans to adopt--without the help of best-selling author and motivational speaker Graham.
A source says, "(Adoption) is something she has always wanted to do.
"There's no talk of her adopting the children with Stedman--this is something she's going to do by herself."
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