Amor Vittone says she’s struggling to support her children on the R20 000 allowance she gets from Joost's estate

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Amor Vittone has been in a bitter battle over her ex’s estate and has recently taken to social media about the matter. (PHOTO: Sharon Seretlo)
Amor Vittone has been in a bitter battle over her ex’s estate and has recently taken to social media about the matter. (PHOTO: Sharon Seretlo)

It's been five years since Joost van der Westhuizen died of motor neurone disease and she’s had little peace in that time, the mother of his children says.

Amor Vittone has been in a bitter battle over her ex’s estate – and things recently flared up again when an emotional Amor posted a video on social media saying she was still “in a court battle”.

In the video Amor says her parents, Dario and Delyse, support her and her kids, Jordan (18) and Kylie (16), financially. They even sold their home to enable Jordan, a talented football player, to attend the Valencia Soccer Academy in Spain, she points out in the clip.

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