Prince's Tragic Death Spurs Ugly Feud: Family Members To Fight Over Fortune
Sadly, Prince's tragic death has not brought his loved ones together in mourning. Instead, his family members are beginning to feud over the music icon's reported $300 million fortune, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.
A will for the late singer — who was discovered dead in an elevator at his Minnesota estate on Thursday morning at just 57 years old — has not turned up, leaving his siblings scrambling for a piece of the massive "Purple Rain" pie, sources claim.
"There will be a fight," the insider tells RadarOnline.com.
The departed star left a sister, gospel singer Tyka Nelson, in addition to half-siblings Sharon, Vivian, John Alfred and Omarr.
He was predeceased by half-sister Lorna, and half-brother Duane.
Prince's parents, John Nelson and Mattie Shaw, who split when their famous son was just 10, have also passed away.
Despite the feuding, the family came together for a memorial service at his Paisley Park compound over the weekend.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the singer's beloved Jehovah's Witness Church may also be a beneficiary to his fortune, if a will is uncovered.