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Joan's daughter Melissa Rivers was named one of the executors of her will, which was revealed on Tuesday, December 9.
A source says doctors performing throat procedure on the comedienne ignored her dropping blood pressure as a sign that she was going into shock and continued scooping her larynx and trachea.
In the sepia-toned photo, Melissa and the comedian, both wearing black lacey outfits, were holding hands while laughing together.
Melissa is holding a Thanksgiving dinner at Joan's Upper East Side apartment to continue a tradition that the comedian did every year.
The Manhattan clinic, which treated Joan before her death, reportedly made numerous serious mistakes, including failing to identify deteriorating vital signs and providing timely intervention.
Griffin, however, is unsure about accepting the gig, saying, 'I don't know if the situation is correct at this time for me or right for me at this time.'
Melissa has hired an NYC-based law firm to represent her in a medical malpractice and wrongful death lawsuit against the clinic where her mother stopped breathing during a procedure.
According to a new report, Melissa Rivers inherits her late mother's Upper East Side condo which is worth $35 million in addition to a sizeable sum of money.
Yorkville Endoscopy in New York City may lose license due to faults in four categories required for accreditation.
Melissa takes to Twitter to respond her mother's autopsy results, which was announced earlier in the day, saying that she continues 'to be saddened by our tragic loss.'
Medical Examiner concludes the 'Fashion Police' star died from 'a predictable complication' during a minor throat procedure.
The 'A Million Ways to Die in the West' actress also spoofs 'The Fault in Our Stars' in the second episode of the new 'SNL' season.
Melissa is reportedly going to launch a lawsuit against Yorkville Endoscopy clinic while New York Department of Health is still investigating Joan's death.
The animated image of Rivers is included among a group of people in 'Jewish Heaven' in the closing musical number.
The 'Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List' star is reportedly among male and female comedians considered to replace the late comedienne on the E! show.