The legal battle over the fortune of late billionaire Nina “Little Sweetie” Wang has gotten a little… odd, the Wall Street Journal reports. Tony Chan, a bartender-turned-feng shui master, says he carried on a passionate 15-year-affair with the pigtailed tycoon, and that she left him everything—including her pigtails. But her charitable foundation says the 2006 will he’s produced is a fake, and its efforts to block his claim include commissioning a puppet show.
In the 80-minute show, a puppet version of Wang professes her undying love and fidelity to her late husband. The charity also notes that Chan’s will is written in less-than-perfect English (example: “my will is proudly guided with God Help.”) rather than Wang’s native Chinese. They argue that it’s just a “feng shui will” designed to be ritually burned. “This is a court of law,” a justice said, “not a court of feng shui.”