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XXXTentacion’s Mom Hit With $10,000 Bill from Hospital Where Rapper Died

By Ryan Naumann

XXXTentacion’s mom has been hit with a $10,000 bill by the hospital where her son was pronounced dead.

According to court records obtained by The Blast, North Broward Medical Center has filed a claim against XXXTentacion’s estate, which is run by his mother Cleopatra Bernard.

The hospital is demanding they be paid $10,417.26 for services they provided.

XXXTentacion was shot to death on June 18, 2018 in a robbery outside an auto shop in Deerfield Beach, Florida. He was rushed to North Broward Medical Center where officials would later pronounce him dead.

The medical center wants the estate to pay the entire $10k bill ASAP. Bernard has yet to respond to the claim in court.

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Bernard has been dealing with a lot of estate issues in the past several months. Most recently she has been battling her son’s former friend/music producer James H. Duval (aka Jimmy Duval) and Stache Records over $1 million they claim to be owed.

The claim stated they were owed money that was due now and relating to "royalties, contribution, breach of contract/copyright infringement regarding the production marketing and distribution" of the song "Look at Me," which Duval claims to have written.

The probate case was opened following the rapper's murder and the estate is run by his mother, who he appointed in the will he drafted before his death.

A Florida judge also recently granted a petition filed by XXX’s baby mama, Jenesis Sanchez, allowing her to obtain a sample of his DNA from the medical examiner, to help establish paternity.

The court also shut down Bernard in her attempt to block Sanchez from getting the sample.

XXXTentacion’s father Dwayne Onfroy also recently showed up to court as part of his son’s estate, seeking to be included in decisions about his music, business, and money.

Dwayne only filed documents notifying the court he is making an appearance and wants to be notified of all future proceedings. He has not given a full explanation of why he is now showing up to court wanting to be included.

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