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As if death wasn’t bad enough. After the funeral of Willi Herren († 45), the dispute between his family and his wife Jasmin continues. A bitter incident now occurred at the Melaten cemetery in Cologne.

  • Daughter at the grave of Willi Herren in the Cologne Melaten photo
  • Alessia discovers widow Jasmin’s wreath
  • A bitter incident ensues

Alessia, the daughter of Willi Herren, tore off ribbons from a wreath on the grave decorated in red and white. First the picture had reported. It was the wreath of widow Jasmin Herren (42) that inspired Willi’s daughter to this spontaneous action.

Willi Herren: widow on the day after the funeral at the grave

The 42-year-old came to the grave on Melaten the day after the actor’s funeral and laid a wreath with a bow. Then the parting words: “I love you! Your wife Jasmin. Forever, every second, in my heart and in my soul. E Levve long. “

Too much for Alessia. On Instagram, she explains why she couldn’t bear to see Jasmin Herren’s wreath on her father’s grave. “Then I see a wreath lying in front of the grave, which says:” Your wife, for a lifetime. “A month ago I was with my father at the lawyer, we initiated the divorce,” said the 19-year-old visibly upset .

On May 7th, Alessia Herren explains in the video why she removed the wreath bow.

Photo:

Instagram / Alessia Herren / Screenshot EXPRESS

Willi Herren: Alessia explains her approach in the cemetery

She was simply forced to tamper with Jasmin Herren’s wreath – even if she might not have acted well. The loop with the parting words “just doesn’t belong there”. She knew 100 percent that her father would not have wanted that either. She considers the widow’s walk to the grave with bodyguards and the press to be a “totally staged number”.

The grave dispute about Willi Herren: what consequences will it have? Probably not legal at first. The Cologne police do not have any information about a complaint about the tearing off of the loop, according to a spokeswoman for EXPRESS on Saturday, May 8th.

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