The family of deceased rapper/singer Nate Dogg have taken to court to battle over his estate.Â When Nate Dogg passed away last year he did not have a will in place, and this has caused tension within his family over how his funds should be allocated.
Nate Doggâ€™s widow, Latoya Calvin, has been entrenched in a dispute with his children.Â Now Calvin has ceased control of the funds, and has filed papers to bring Nateâ€™s mother, Ruth Holmes, on as co-administrator of his estate.
His children are not happy with this, as Nateâ€™s daughter, Aundrane Hale spoke to TMZ and explain why they are so bothered by having their grandmother on as an administrator â€œRuth doesn’t have my best interest or the interest of my brothers and sisters.â€ She even added that Ruth Holmes did not even attend the artistâ€™s funeral.
Hale believes that Holmes â€œwas never a grandmotherâ€, and that in the past she has willfully kept money from Nate Doggâ€™s children, and will continue to keep money out of the childrenâ€™s hands.
As of now, a judge has not ruled on the case, but letâ€™s hope that this matter is resolved soon.