Seven years after the death of Generosa Ammon, whose husband Daniel Pelosi is in prison for murdering her previous husband, a portion of her $35-million estate was paid Wednesday to Pelosi's mother.

In the latest chapter of the long-running saga stemming from the fatal 2004 beating of East Hampton financier Ted Ammon, an attorney for Janet Pelosi said he received a $250,000 check Wednesday from executors of Generosa Ammon's estate.

Janet Pelosi, 73, who lives in South Carolina, is ailing and needs money to pay medical bills, said her attorney, James Reddy of Lindenhurst.

Generosa Ammon's will has been the subject of a bitter feud between her estate and the Pelosi family ever since Generosa, 47, died on Aug. 22, 2003. Most of Generosa's estate was left to her adopted twin children, Alexa and Gregory.

The will left no money for Daniel Pelosi, who was convicted in December 2004 of second-degree murder for the death of Ted Ammon. Pelosi is serving 25 years to life in prison.

Generosa Ammon left $250,000 for Janet Pelosi, but the will's executors, Gerard Sweeney of Old Westbury and Manhattan attorney Michael Dowd, had declined to make the payment, Reddy said.

The two sides reached an agreement last week, and the executors made payment Wednesday, Reddy said.

Dowd and Sweeney could not be reached for comment.

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