STEVE Jobs told his daughter she smelled “like a toilet” as he lay dying of cancer.
The Apple founder also told daughter Lisa Brennan-Jobs “you’re getting nothing”, her memoirs have revealed.
Apple co-founder Steve Job told his daughter she ‘smelled like a toilet’ when she visited him on his deathbed
The father and daughter had a strained relationship after Jobs ended his five year relationship with her mum Chrisann Brennan when she became pregnant.
In her new book, Small Fry, Lisa, 40, tells how her dad spoke in “such a sour, biting way” and that he once told her “I’m one of the most important people you will ever know”.
Lisa visited her dad about every other month for the year before his death aged 56 of complications from pancreatic cancer in 2011.
He publicly denied he was her father until 1980, when the San Mateo district attorney forced him to take a paternity test and provide child support.
Even after the case, Brennan-Jobs says her dad was always stingy, aloof and curt with her — even denying that he named one of the first computers he worked on, “The Lisa,” after her.
AFP or licensors Steve Jobs publicly denied he was her father until 1980
Insight News and Features Lisa has written about her tumultuous relationship with Jobs in her new book
Chrisann Brennan had Lisa when both she and Jobs were 23 in 1978
In another heartbreaking memory, Brennan-Jobs recalls hearing a rumor as a child that her dad would buy a new Porsche every time he scratched his.
One night when she was in the luxury car with him she asked if she could have it when he was done with it.