Saturday, December 29, 2007
James Brown's Will is Challenged
James Brown children are not happy with the contents of their father's last will. Five of his children want that will to be considered invalid. The way the current will is set up the bulk of the singer's money is left to trusts set up to educate Brown's grandchildren and for needy kids.
The Children's attorney, "Louis Levenson," stated, "There was sporadic indication that Mr. Brown intended to benefit some charities, but the circumstances surrounding the making of these documents have always been clouded in mystery,"
Forbes reported Brown made an estimated $5 million in 2005 alone. But attorneys have said Brown's accounts do not have the money they expected.
Source: Yahoo News