Actress obtained late husband’s $800M estate through fraud: lawsuit BY Ginger Adams Otis NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, September 14, 2015, 11:47 PM A A A Share this URL Jean Baptiste Lacroix/WireImage Meadow Williams with Gerald Kessler are seen in 2009. Williams has been accused of tricking Kessler into signing over his $800 million estate to her. A D-List actress took advantage of her elderly multimillionaire husband and conned him into signing over almost all of his $800 million estate to her, according to a lawsuit filed by the man’s outraged family. In a filing in Nevada, relatives of the late Gerald Kessler — a pioneer of holistic health products — say his second wife, Meadow Williams, isolated him from his family and may not even be legally married to him. Williams, 49, allegedly tied the knot with Kessler, 80, in 2010 — but his relatives say she’s a bigamist whose 1994 divorce from another man was never finalized. The actress took advantage of and even abused Kessler, who died in March, the family said. In 2013, Williams secretly got him to amend the will he wrote in 1996, which created a trust for his kids and grandkids, they charge. In the new will, she is his sole beneficiary, the lawsuit said.