The superstar Prince leaves behind a fortune of around 2.5 billion after her death.
Now, investigating lawyers who are entitled to the legacy, writes the New York Daily News.
He has a sister still alive – Tyka Nelson.
It was on Thursday that the news reached the fans. Prince was found dead in an elevator in her studio Paisley Park, Minnesota, 57 years old.
The cause of death is still unclear, and on Friday conducted an autopsy. Previously it was known that Prince, whose real name Prince Rogers Nelson, had health problems and according to a spokesperson he should have had the flu recently.
Data on drug overdose
However, there have also been reports TMZ that the Prince was treated for drug overdose just six days before his death. Several sources in Molins in Illinois, where the Prince crashed last Friday, stating that he was taken to the emergency hospital. There, he received a “save shot” – a sprayer to prevent opiates.
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Prince leaves behind a fortune of 300 million dollars, equivalent to about 2.5 billion.
New York Daily News writes that lawyers are now trying to find out who has the right to inheritance . There is as yet no information on the Prince to have written a will.
His parents died several years ago, but he has a sister in life: Tyka Nelson, who now may be eligible for the money. He has according to the site even several half-siblings, but two of them will have gone away.
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Prince was married twice
Prince was additionally married twice – first with his background singer Mayte Garcia. They had a son who died just a week after birth, after being hit by Pfeiffer syndrome. The couple divorced in 1999, and in 2001 married the Prince of themselves with Manuela Testolini – but the divorce was a fact in 2006.
However, there are, according to the New York Daily News, a chance to Music icon may have donated their money to Jehovah witnesses. He himself was a member of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
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