John Singleton's eldest daughter Justice, 26, will inherit his $3.8 million estate following his sudden death, RadarOnline.com can report.
In 1993, when Justice was his only child, he wrote a will that listed her as his beneficiary. As a result, he did not include any of his other six children in his last wishes.
Fortunately, however, the children were not specifically excluded and under California law may have a strong case to divide his inheritance.
As RadarOnline.com reported, the 51-year-old Boyz n the Hood director, who had quietly been battling hypertension, became sick after returning to L.A. from a trip to Costa Rica, and was hospitalized. While under medical care, he suffered a stroke, which was initially described as "mild."
Singleton is survived by his mother, Sheila Ward, his father, Danny Singleton and his children Justice, Maasai, Hadar, Cleopatra, Selenesol, Isis, and Seven.
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And The Estate Goes To…
Following the sudden death of acclaimed director John Singleton, it has been reported that his eldest daughter Justice is listed as the beneficiary.
Back In The Day
He penned his last wishes in 1993 before his other six children were born so they are not included in his will.
RIP John Singleton
Readers know Singleton suffered a debilitating stroke and passed after he was taken off life support. At the time of his family's decision, they released a statement."It is with heavy hearts we announce that our beloved son, father and friend, John Daniel Singleton will be taken off of life support today," the statement read. "This was an agonizing decision, one that our family made, over a number of days, with the careful counsel of John's doctors."
The director received an outpour of love from celebrities and everyday people who were affected by his work.
A private funeral is set to take place on Monday, April 6.