Tanya Callau‘s attorney, Adam F. Streisand, confirmed to PEOPLE on Thursday that the petition filed against her in May by brothers Brennan and Robin Thicke — in which they claimed that Callau alleged that the prenuptial agreement she signed ahead of marrying Alan in 2005 is invalid — was tossed out.
“I am thrilled that I was able to get this bogus lawsuit thrown out of court for Tanya, whose only sin was that she loved her husband and has suffered grievously since losing him,” Streisand said in a statement to PEOPLE.
Callau also took to social media to celebrate the legal victory and thank the Growing Pains actor, to whom she was married for 11 years until his unexpected death in December, for watching over her.
“Thank you my angel for continuing to watch over me! Today was a good day 😊” she wrote on Instagram, accompanied with a throwback photo of herself and Alan walking hand-in-hand along a beach at sunset.
“Judge threw out my stepsons lawsuit. Reality check …… I only wish them the best and may we all start healing 🙏🏻” she concluded.
“I’m just saying I need more specifics,” L.A. Superior Court Judge Clifford Klein told Robin and Brennan’s attorney, Alex Weingarten, according to The Patch, which first reported the news. “All I want to know is what is at stake in this case.”