Jennifer Aniston reportedly has such hard feelings towards her late mother that their feud has gone beyond the grave.

Aniston's mother Nancy Dow died three months ago at age 79, and while Aniston attended the memorial service she declined to take the ashes home with her.

Housewives cast mates, not best mates
Conchord over the Moon

Quoting a source close to the family, In Touch Weekly reports: "She said, 'I don't want them'. Someone tried to say that Jen thinks having the ashes around her home is morbid, that it's not her style. But then how do you explain the fact that she tattooed her late dog Norman's name on her body? She'll honour her dog but not her mom? Jen not wanting the remains shows she still has no closure.


"Everyone knows that she and Nancy had a horrible relationship. She was an absentee daughter and now, even with Nancy gone, it seems that she still doesn't want her mom around."

In a previous interview with The Hollywood Reporter Aniston said her mother was "very critical of me...Because she was a model, she was gorgeous, stunning. I wasn't. I never was.

"I honestly still don't think of myself in that sort of light, which is fine. She was also very unforgiving. She would hold grudges that I just found so petty."

The pair fell out when Dow gave a TV interview about their relationship in 1996 which prompted Aniston to vow never to speak to her again.

Dow wasn't even invited to her daughter's wedding to Brad Pitt in 2000. While they reconciled to an extent during the divorce from Pitt, Aniston reportedly hadn't seen her mother since her stroke in 2011.