Angelique Fawcette, a friend of Nichelle Nichols, claims that Nichols’ son Kyle Johnson is more concerned with Nichols’ money than with her well-being.
Fawcette filed legal documents challenging the diagnosis of moderate dementia; saying that the doctor who diagnosed Nichols “not a psychiatrist and lacks necessary qualifications.”
She also claimed that Nichols is spry and lucid, performs her daily activities with no issues, and only needs to occasionally be reminded to pay her bills.
In March of 2017, a letter from Nichols to her son Kyle, seen here, says that she is “amending her last will and trust, as you have stated to me several times, ‘I can’t wait to get rid of the shit and sell my house and property.’
“I’ve made a decision to amend my will and trust: You will be provided a check twice a year from the N.N. Legacy LLC @10% of the net profits. I am placing my memorabilia and property into the N.N. Legacy LLC.”
This is not at all unusual in these kinds of cases. Your reporter worked for a guardian once and all sorts of things happen when someone is deemed to have dementia and has money and/or property.