Melbourne: Till now, it was only his sister Tyka Nelson and five half-siblings, who were battling over Prince’s 200 million pound fortune, now came up more people claiming to be the pop-star’s lovechild.
Although Heir Hunters International co-owner, John Hilbert said that they have found one who is credible, reports News.com.au.
“We have received hundreds of calls, emails and letters from people claiming to be either a child of Prince’s or offspring of Prince’s father,” stated Heirs Hunters International, a company that investigates potential heirs to estates.
According to the man whose story stood out from all the rest, he was born in the ’80s and his mother crossed paths with Prince a couple times.
Reportedly, if a child of the ‘Puprle Rain’ hit-maker could be proven, the entire estate would likely go to his offspring.
The Grammy award-winner’s estate includes 11 homes worth a staggering 10 million pound and millions in royalties, back catalogues and unreleased songs.