The late rapper XXXTentacion died two years ago, but now TMZ reports that his estate still does not seem completely settled. Her half-brother, Corey Pack, is to pursue XXX’s mother, Cleopatra Bernard, out of a trust fund he allegedly left for Pack and two other beneficiaries, and he is claiming at least $ 11 million in damages.
According to the suit and Pack’s mother, Jodi Kavney (who is actually the one who deposits the suit on behalf of her son), Bernard conspired to drain the trust funds for herself. She was supposed to receive 50 percent of the money in the trust fund as is, while Pack and XXX’s brother Aiden Kerr had to split the remaining 50 percent, but instead, she “incorrectly and surreptitiously transferred “the entire amount to his own accounts. said the costume.
Pack and Bernard are therefore suing for at least $ 11 million in damages, which they claim is the amount to which he was entitled under the original terms of the trust fund, and claim up to $ 33 million if he can be proven that the funds were intentionally taken by Bernard. The lawsuit also mentions “property rights” on XXX’s posthumous recording label, Bad Vibe Entities, to which Pack is allegedly entitled.
Of course, XXX’s mother’s lawyer, Michael Simon, has his own opinion on the dispute:
“The lawsuit brought by XXXTENTACION’s half-brother, Corey Pack, against XXXTENTACION’s mother, Cléopâtre Bernard, is completely without foundation. Contrary to the allegations of the complaint, a court has already determined that Corey Pack had no right to anything the estate or trust of XXXTENTACION.
“Cleopatra not only paid Corey’s living expenses and bought him a car, but she offered him and his mother, Jodi Kavney, a mortgage-free home and paid the property taxes for the current year . “
“We are confident that the courts will find, for the second time, that Corey Pack has no claim to anything from the estate or trust of XXXTENTACION.”
Also of note: the trial indicates that XXX left over $ 50 million in total assets (significantly lower than CNW’s calculation), while his rapping career only really began at the time of his death, with a record $ 10 million. agreement – therefore it is possible that the figure of $ 50 million and the amount held in trust may have been exaggerated in the hope of obtaining a larger settlement.