The $15 million legal battle between late rapper Juice WRLD and rock band Yellowcard has been put on pause.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a Los Angeles judge has ordered the case to be stayed following the rapper’s death.
The court states no representative has been appointed over Juice WRLD’s estate. The case will be stayed until someone is put in charge of his estate and has the authority to make legal decisions.
Back in October, Juice WRLD was sued by the pop-rock band Yellowcard. The band members Ryan Key, Peter Mosley, Longineu Parson and Sean Wellman-Mackin sued Juice Wrld (real name: Jared Higgins), Taz Taylor and Interscope Records.