Prince’s Sister Files Motion for Appointment of Special Administrator
Tyka Nelson, one of Prince’s sisters, filed an emergency motion in Carver County (Minnesota) District Court to have a special administrator appointed to oversee the late musician’s estate, saying that to the best of her knowledge, he left no will. Prince died Thursday at Paisley Park in Chanhassen. Sources told the Star Tribune they are investigating the role opioids may have played in his death. Authorities said there was no foul play in his death. Tyka Nelson’s motion lists herself and six half siblings and a deceased half-sister as his potential heirs. It requests the appointment of Bremer Trust in St. Cloud as the special administrator, noting it handled Prince’s financial affairs for several years. The filing states that his assets are unknown.
Source/more: Minneapolis Star-Tribune
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