Master P's Estranged Wife Denies Drug Allegations

Sonya Miller hits back at No Limit Records mogul, claims he's manipulating their children.

Master P's ex, Sonya Miller, denies that she ever used drugs in front of their children as he claimed.

P, birth name Percy Miller, accused Sonya of getting high while their brood was present, and she asserts that the allegation is a complete lie. 

Sonya has been throwing allegations at her former time husband for quite a while now. She recently accused him of kidnapping their seven children, which he countered by posting a video with the youngsters, allegedly filmed in Sonya's kitchen. On the recording, P asked each of the children to choose the parent they wanted to live with and all, except one daughter, chose him.

According to TMZ, Sonya believes the No Limit Records founder manipulated their seven children into going against her. "When I filed for divorce, that's when he came and took my kids," she alleges. "I was the one dealing with and raising those seven kids when he was running the streets."

Sonya is seeking $67 million from her estranged husband's nearly $180 million fortune, court documents state. She wants more than a third of her share of Master P's 31 properties, 13 cars, 45 companies, and other assets.

P has said that he's willing to call a truce, under the condition that Sonya stop using drugs. Noting that she put the family "in this position" by publicizing the mudslinging, the 44-year-old told TMZ earlier this week, "Drugs destroy families, I'm not gon' let it destroy mine….she could have it all if she gets herself together."    

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