Nate Dogg’s family members claim his widow, Latoya Calvin, took advantage of him and doesn’t deserve a right to his estate. Calvin married Nate while he was mentally incapacitated and caused the car accident that led to his fatal health issues, his son, Naijiel Hale, claims in new legal documents.
According to TMZ, Hale believes Calvin is trying to defraud the estate. Nate’s six children want her out of the running for his $350,000 house in Pamona, Calif., which was supposedly up for sale before the family stepped in.
Hale’s mother, Rhoda Mouton, supports in the accusations, pointing out that Calvin didn’t attend Nate’s funeral. Furthermore, the family adds that Nate and Calvin split and filed for divorce 19 days after tying the knot. The only trouble is that the documents weren’t finalized.
Nate died in 2011 from complications suffered by multiple strokes. His family has been fighting over his estate ever since.
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