Madonna accused of turning her back on homeless brother Anthony Ciccone years before death

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 02: Singer Madonna looks on on during a press conference for the Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI halftime show at the Super Bowl XLVI Media Center in the J.W. Marriott Indianapolis on February 2, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Before the death of her homeless brother Anthony Ciccone, Madonna was embroiled in a bitter family feud.

Anthony, the singer’s oldest brother, passed away last week at 66.

When his brother-in-law Joe Henry, the husband of Madonna’s sister Melanie, announced the news on social media, Madonna remained silent and liked her relative’s post.

According to sources, the Queen of Pop and her family had a falling out over Anthony in 2014. Around that time, an insider told me that he was living in a garage with several of his buddies and could not walk due to a damaged ankle.

Madonna, worth $850 million, had turned her back on her brother as her father, Tony, and other siblings tried to help Anthony.

They added that Anthony, along with his second wife Mario, and Madonna were “done with Anthony forever. They didn’t believe he deserved another shot.”

Anthony Ciccone lived beneath a bridge and was brought back home several times over the years by his family. Madonna is said to have cut him off, which upset their sister Paula.

At the same time, Anthony mentioned his famous sister telling a reporter that Madonna didn’t care if he died.

He continued:

“I doubt she’d recognize me,”

Anthony also stated that the last time he saw Madonna was at the State Theater in Traverse City’s grand opening a few years ago, but he did not approach her.

TMZ reported that Madonna cared for Anthony Ciccone shortly before his death, despite their tumultuous relationship.

They demonstrated that they were not estranged.

According to the website, Madonna was paying for Anthony’s stay at a Michigan rehabilitation center before he died over the weekend.

Anthony reportedly removed the feeding and breathing tubes implanted in him by the doctor two days before his death.

Sources said he was in declining condition at the end, losing a lot of weight, and understood that removing the equipment that aided him would result in his death.

Their family members, including Paula and their father, were said to have visited him in his final days, with Paula spends most of the time at his bedside.

Madonna and her family have been actively attempting to assist Anthony for years. Nonetheless, he was the one who refused assistance because life on the streets and drinking had become routine for him.