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Pop icon Prince reportedly had hundreds of gold bars: Bank
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Pop icon Prince reportedly had hundreds of gold bars: Bank

According to the bank responsible for planning and mapping out who gets what out of Prince 's estate, the late pop singer,  apparently had more than just his estate and his belongings.  Banking documents released in court records revealed that the singer had stashed away around $860,000 worth of gold bars stashed in his Paisley Park estate. Documents show that the singer had apparently stashed away the gold-bars as means to keep valuation of his estate growing over the years. In other news, it was uncovered that Prince has about 18 vehicles;  numerous  unclaimed properties, stocks, bonds, cash valuation(s), and numerous other financial assets. Additional documents revealed that he had stashed away some $110,000 across four bank accounts for reasons that remain unknown. Meanwhile, his...
The battle over Prince ‘s estate is getting really ugly
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The battle over Prince ‘s estate is getting really ugly

At least according to The Daily Mail. The Mail reports that months after the Purple Rain legends death, the battle over his estate, has raged on.  In its report, the paper claims that Prince's sister Tyka and his four half-siblings are "still fighting tooth and nail over the estate". In legal documents,  it appears that a judge has still not decided who will get the bulk of Prince's massive estate and his many homes.  Estate documents from the bank-appointed trust revealed that four of his Minnesota homes were recently sold amid the battle over his $300m estate. What hasn't been sold is Prince's  Paisley Park estate and his Turks and Caicos getaway a tropical home he secretly owned.  Under Minnesota law, all of  Prince 's siblings are entitled to an equal share of his estate however ...
Prince ‘s estate has been reduced to a $38.50 tourist destination
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Prince ‘s estate has been reduced to a $38.50 tourist destination

Tours of Prince 's iconic estate are about to start to the open world, and, this time, it will cost about $38.50 to enter the entire Paisley Park estate in which helped birth the Purple Rain icon and his music.  Officials confirmed that 6 October will be the formal openin date to the public, whereas, the public will  receive the first chance to take a peek at the inside life of what was the Purple Rain  musician. Prince 's  crazy sister Tyka, perhaps, appears to be the mastermind behind capitaizin off of Prince 's massive estate.  In a statement between Nelson and Bremer Trust.. "Opening Paisley Park is something that Prince always wanted to do and was actively working on," Prince's sister, Tyka Nelson, said in the statement. "Now fans from around the world will be able to experience...
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Reports: Prince was due to discuss drug addiction the day he died

MINNEAPOLIS -- According to the Star Tribune, perhaps, some interesting new news is out on the death of Prince Rogers Nelson. According to local news reports, Prince, was "due to discuss opiate addiction with an addiction specialist" the day that he had actually passed away. The new reports lend stark credibility to the original claims published in various news outlets and of that in The Daily News indicating that Prince died of an overdose.  Police refused to comment on  whether or not the reports had already been known by police, some of which, are under intense scrutiny to determine how exactly the pop legend died. The Star claimed in its report that Prince was "scheduled to meet with the specialist" in hopes of kicking the opiate addiction he had come to be fond of. The same addi...
Battle over Prince ‘s estate begins, court hearings kick off
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Battle over Prince ‘s estate begins, court hearings kick off

MINNESOTA --  The battle over Prince Roger Nelson's estate has begun, and, it is ugly.   As of 9am this morning, Prince's  attitude-riddled sister Tyka and the rest of his siblings headed to a probate court in the city to determine the outcome of what  will happen next with Prince's $300m estate.  Sources close to the hearing say that Tyka hopes that she will be in entire control of the estate, because, "she was closest to Prince".   Although the stories appear to differ.  Prince's half-brother Alfred Jackson, who appears to be in the midst of a tizzy with Tyka "isn't all that thrilled over the ongoing battle".   Tyka recently filed legal documents claiming that Prince had "no legal will" therefore the estate in its  whole would go to herself and her half-siblings.  Jackson, is ...
Reports:  DEA investigating Prince ‘s death after prescription drugs discovered
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Reports: DEA investigating Prince ‘s death after prescription drugs discovered

MINNESOTA -- According to reports, the Drug Enforcement Agency has reportedly gotten involved in the death of Prince Rogers Nelson.  Reports indicate that police and local sheriffs apparently discovered that Prince had prescription drugs on him, and in his home, leading up to his death. The discovery has apparently further prompted the DEA to get involved, amid, claims that the prescription drugs may be the cause of death that killed the legendary singer. In other news, Bremer Trust, a corporate trust company, is now the estate holder of Prince's Paisley Park estate.
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