Ryan O’Neal doesn’t mind that he was left out of Farrah Fawcett‘s will after the two reconciled in 2007. The actor insists he supports the will, and doesn’t need any money, reports FemaleFirst. O’Neal says he was at the actress’s side when she signed the will, and that they’d agreed upon the conditions. “Farrah’s and my relationship was based on a deep love and respect for one another and for our son Redmond. After discussing how her financial affairs would be handled in the event of her passing, we agreed that our son Redmond would be the primary beneficiary of her estate. These were Farrah’s wishes and I am perfectly happy with them,” confessed the actor. Farrah Fawcett, who lost her battle with cancer in June, left $4.5 million to her son. She also left smaller sums to Greg Lott (a longtime friend who had financial troubles), her nephew and her father.