Three heirs of Prince ask judge to remove company managing his estate
Three heirs of the late icon Prince have requested that a judge remove the company that is managing his estate.
The Superstar’s half siblings Sharon, Norrine and John R. Nelson filed a motion on Friday (October 27) to remove Comerica Bank & Trust as the estate executor after Comerica recently removed the contents of Prince’s vault, which included master tapes of unreleased music from his Paisley Park studio in Minnesota and shipped them to California without asking their permission.
However, Comerica claims that the company did discuss the move with the heirs.
Prince was found dead in an elevator at his recording studios last year in April after taking an accidental overdose. CPR was performed but medics were unable to revive him and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
He left no will. A judge declared Prince’s six surviving siblings his heirs, but they are divided into two camps.
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