Brother of XXXTentacion Is Suing The Late Rapper’s Mother For Reportedly Hiding Funds From His Estate, His Mom Responds
According to reports, a brother of late rapper XXXTentacion is suing the artist’s mother and accusing her of fraudulently transferring millions of dollars from the rapper’s estate into shell companies. Broward County court records show XXXTentacion’s, born Jahseh Onfroy, half brother Corey Pack filed a complaint last week against X’s mother, Cleopatra Bernard. According to the complaint, Cleopatra Bernard, who controls X’s estate and record label, has created multiple holding companies to transfer money into them from the ‘Moonlight’ rapper’s estate.
Corey Pack’s attorney has released a statement on behalf of his client and explained the purpose of the lawsuit. He said that the
“fraudulent transfer complaint seeks to recover assets being transferred from the probate estate by XXX’s mother, Cleo Bernard, in order to deprive our client Corey Pack, of a recovery, if he’s successful in his efforts to secure his inheritance rights either under his late brother’s trust or will.”
Corey Pack and another brother both had a 25% interest in the estate, while Bernard had a 50% interest, according to the complaint. Pack’s recent complaint doesn’t mention how much Bernard has allegedly fraudulently transferred. Bernard has seemingly responded to the lawsuit she was hit with. On May 23, she took to her Instagram account and uploaded a selfie with the caption,
“F*ck it, I got a budget for the lawyer tho”
This isn’t the first time that Pack has brought allegations against X’s mom, Bernard. Last June Pack’s mother, Jodi Kavney, filed a lawsuit against Bernard claiming her son is entitled to a fair share of X’s estate, which is valued at more than $50 million. TMZ reported at the time that Pack’s mother claimed Bernard had come up with a plan to secretly drain millions from X’s estate. However, Bernard has denied those allegations.
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