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Mac Miller Leaves His Entire Estate To His Parents

Sep. 15 2018, Published 2:20 p.m. ET

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Mac Miller reportedly left his entire estate to his parents.

The rapper, who died tragically of a suspected overdose, set up a trust in 2013 and simultaneously executed a will, naming his parents as trustees, according to a court probate obtained by The Blast.

Although Miller was only 26 when he passed away, he had planned ahead and his will was ready.

Miller had also named a lawyer, David Byrnes, to act as administrator of the estate.

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The Blast noted that Miller's brother is also listed as administrator and trustee on the will just in case their parents were not around when it was needed. It's not known if there are other people named as beneficiaries, but according to the report, the singer's parents are getting the bulk of his estate.

It's believed that Miller had about $9 million dollars at the time of his death but that hasn't been confirmed.

As RadarOnline.com reported, Miller was found dead in his Studio City, Calif. home on Friday, Sept. 7. Authorities were alerted after a male friend called 911 from inside Miller’s home. “Immediate dispatch, cardiac arrest,” was the call to first responders, but they were too late. Miller was pronounced dead at the scene.

Miller had allegedly been battling substance abuse issues since his high profile breakup from singer Ariana Grande in May. Sources told Radar that Miller never got over the split, and watching Grande fall in love and get engaged quickly to comedian Pete Davidson allegedly pushed him over the edge.

Miller’s body was flown back to Pittsburgh for a funeral soon.

Toxicology results that will determine the cause of death are still pending.

Radar exclusively reported that a source said Miller hosted a wild, all-night party the night before his body was discovered.

Grande said she was both “mad” and “sad” about former beau Miller's death.

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