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Prince's Sister Says He Did Not Leave a Will


New court documents say Prince had no will

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The musician "died intestate" - meaning he did not specify what should happen to his estate, his sister, Tyka Nelson claims.

In a court document, she says her brother has "substantial assets," but did not list them. Recent estimates have valued his estate at $300 million.

Nelson listed herself, three half-brothers and two half-sisters as heirs.

She asked the court to name a special administrator to oversee her brother's assets.

Meanwhile, reports surfaced claiming the celebrity's half-siblings had worried in the past about his alleged abuse of cocaine and the painkiller Percocet.

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Lorna and Duane Nelson have since died, but their attorney, Michael Padden, spoke to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune about  his client's alleged concerns. 

“Both were really concerned it would end his life prematurely,” he told the newspaper.

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