Juice WRLD died with a huge amount of cash, property, and jewelry, and his mother has now filed to control the late rapper’s estate and take custody of his massive fortune.
According to reports, Juice’s mother Carmela Wallace, filed legal documents to ask a judge to make her administer of her son’s estate.
In the legal filing, his mother lays out just how wealthy her young son was at the time of his death, which was in excess of 3.3 Million dollars.
According to the documents, Juice WRLD’s estate is worth $3,278,867.49. Of that massive amount, shockingly, $459,318.75 of it was invested in watches and jewelry.
The late rapper also owned a condo in Miami which was worth $1,490,000 and had several bank accounts filed with cash. One of Juice WRLD’s bank accounts had $1,001,515.68 in it when he passed.
At the time of his death, Juice was not married and does not have any children, and his father died just 6 months prior to his fatal seizure inside of a Chicago airport. So, it seems unlikely there will be any fight over his money, and the judge is likely to sign off on his mother running the estate.
Also, it is very possible Juice has other assets which are not subject to the probate case. So, he could be worth well over the $3 Million number.
Juice WRLD had several huge tracks that will continue to make the rapper’s family huge amount of cash, and unfortunately like in Michael Jackson’s case, the music of a fallen artist sells at a higher rate once they pass away.
As we reported, Juice WRLD died of an accidental overdose of oxycodone and codeine. His toxicology report also showed he had morphine in his system.
The 21-year-old rapper died after collapsing from a seizure inside of a Chicago airport. The rapper’s private jet was being raided by law enforcement for possible transportation of drugs.
After being rushed to a Chicago hospital, he was pronounced dead at 3:14 am. Doctors found 9 loose pills inside of his pocket, which turned out to be 30 MG Oxytocin, which is commonly used to induce labor. But, it’s likely a typo in the report and could be oxycontin.
As we reported, Chicago police and federal agents found 70 pounds of weed in the place which was vacuum packed in bricks. The also found six-bottles of prescription codeine, two 9mm handguns, and a 40 caliber pistol.