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All-Out War! Two More People Come Forward Claiming Rights To Prince's Estate

Prince Dead Estate Battle New Filings Wednesday
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May 11 2016, Updated 7:37 p.m. ET

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The war over Prince's $300 million estate rages on as two more people filed a claim against the Paisley Park empire today, can exclusively reveal.

On Wednesday, R. Kerr of Atlanta, Georgia filed paperwork to a Carver County, Minnesota courthouse stating that he is entitled to $46,582.29 to cover recording, postproduction and equipment rental costs.

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Meanwhile, Kimberly Felicia Potts tried to get a chunk of the $300 million estate by alleging that the late pop icon wanted to give her money for creating a music-inspired program!

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"Prince wanted to reward me for the creation of Musicology to show his appreciations," she claimed in the legal docs.

Potts, who believes she's entitled to $500,000, from the estate, also notes that Prince invited her to Paisley Park in November 2015.

As previously reported, the singer's family is currently battling it out over rights to his fortune.

His funeral was even put on hold to give family more time to sort out the financial affairs!


What's more, a convict named Carlin Q. Williams has come forward with claims he is Prince's only biological son.

Other love child allegations have not resulted in any legal filings.

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