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Singer Prince’s legal bills touch $2 million

The singer who died suddenly from drug overdose has left no will. And now, the cost of sorting out the bills has nearly touched $2 million, the court was informed.

music Updated: Aug 03, 2016 18:11 IST
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Singer Prince died in April all of sudden from a drug overdose. (REUTERS)

Legendary US singer Prince died from an accidental drug overdose in April 2016 without leaving behind a will. The legal bills for sorting out his estate have nearly touched US $2 million, the special administrators have told the court.

The administrator overseeing the affairs of the singer is seeking permission from the courts to pay several law firms for work, including a huge $1.9 million for just one company, the Stinson Leonard Street firm, reported Female First.

Read: In the absence of a will, Prince’s wealth may go to his six siblings

Read: Prince’s death | Another would-be relative emerges to claim fortune

Smaller amounts to various other lawyers add up to almost $100,000, with the figures submitted correct up until June 30.

The administrators, Bremer Trust, have also asked the court to approve their own fees, but those amounts were filed under seal, meaning they are not made available publicly.

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First Published: Aug 03, 2016 18:07 IST