Two weeks after Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen was shot and killed while driving home from a movie premiere, her last will and testament have been leaked. E!Online.com obtained a copy and the documents reveal Chasen was a wealthy and charitable woman--with one exception. One niece was left just $10.

According to the documents, signed and dated June 10, 1994, Chasen was worth $6.1 million. She left three-quarters of her estate to her mother, Carolyn Cohen, but she has passed away since the will was executed. The money will instead be distributed between one of her nieces, Melissa Cohen, and her brother, Lawrence Cohen.

In addition to other cash gifts to friends and family members, she also bestowed paintings to several people including publicist Warren Cowen and jeweler-to-the-stars Martin Katz. The publicist also left her Playbill collection to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science.

Interestingly, she left another niece, Jill Gatsby (aka Cohen) only $10. "I have intentionally and with full knowledge of the consequences omitted to provide for my niece, Jill Cohen, also known as Jill Gatsby, except for the gift of $10," the will stated.