Jonah Hill’s Brother Left Millions of Dollars, Live Nation Stock to Children

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Jonah Hill‘s older brother unfortunately won’t be around while his two children grow up, but the silver lining is he left behind a giant nest egg to help provide for their futures.

According to documents filed in the probate of Jordan Feldstein, he left over $5 million dollars from various bank accounts to his two childen, Joshua and Charlie.  Feldstein’s father, Hollywood manager Richard Feldstein, has been named a trustee and will also be in charge of Feldstein’s properties.

The lawyer filing the documents stress to the court how urgent it is to approve the filing so that they have access to Feldstein’s funds to pay his “large mortgage payments” and monthly child support obligations.

Along with the money, Feldstein left his interest in Live Nation stock to his sons, along with his share of the digital rights to music he had vested interest in.  Feldstein was a well known music manager for Maroon 5, Miguel, Robin Thicke and Elle King.

Feldstein died on December 22 in Los Angeles.  His family said he died of cardiac arrest, however his official cause is still pending toxicology results, and officials believe he may have ingested a substance prior to his death.