Late singer's children fighting to keep control of Southern California residence.
Last month, an estate administrator agreed to sell the residence for $340,000 to use the money to pay off some of his outstanding debt. Doing so would leave the six children — Debra, Whitney, Niajel, Milana, Aundrane, and Nathaniel Jr. — with less funds to divide between them, so they want to stop the sale.
Nate had fallen behind on the mortgage and still owed $150,000 on the home. The home fell into foreclosure two days after his death in March 2011. A couple of weeks after he passed away, Snoop Dogg launched a memorial fund to help raise money for the family.
The relatives have been battling each other for years now. Nate left no will, which led to ongoing discrepancies between his children, mother and wife. A lawyer previously split up his assets, leaving the house to the children.
A judge will determine whether or not the home sale will go forward.
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