Prince's six siblings are not helping the Paisley Park museum out of the goodness of their hearts — they're getting a nice paycheck for it.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a recent filing in the estate's case with the heirs about attorneys fees reveals Prince's six siblings — his sister and five half-siblings — received $100,000 each for their initial participation in the museum.
The docs state the heirs also receive $25,000 at the commencement of each additional year of the deal.
In return, the heirs are to "provide interviews, consultation, and access to their unique information, photographs, and memorabilia for use in the museum and exhibition."
Paisley Park was Prince's iconic home/recording studio, which was turned into a museum to honor the late singer after his passing in 2016.