ABS-CBNNews.com reports that a legal battle may indeed be looming "between the camps of Grace Ibuna and Aleli Arroyo after a will left behind by the late Congressman Ignacio "Iggy" Arroyo was presented to a London court."
The report revealed that the will, which was executed by Arroyo in San Francisco, California, "was presented to Justice Peter Smith during a court proceeding attended by Ibuna's solicitor Philippa Daniels and Atty. Tristan Jones, legal counsel of the funeral home where Iggy's remains are kept."
The report noted: "Ibuna’s camp was given until Monday, February 13 to submit written evidence that would grant her a special power of attorney over the will because the document allegedly shows that Ibuna has rights over Iggy's remains." Arroyo died on January 26. His legal wife, Alicia, had gone to London last week. She had tried to bring home his remains. However, she failed to do so because "the funeral parlor received instructions from Ibuna that Arroyo’s body was to be cremated."
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