Tupac Shakur’s Sister Sues Executor Of His Estate For Embezzlement

Tupac Shakur’s Sister Sues Executor Of His Estate For Embezzlement



Sekyiwa Shakur, the sister of Tupac Shakur, has sued the executor of the late rapper’s property for allegedly embezzling tens of millions of {dollars}.

Tupac Shakur’s sister filed a lawsuit towards the executor of his property on Monday (January 10).


Sekyiwa Shakur accused Tom Whalley, the executor of the property since Afeni Shakur died in 2016, of embezzling greater than $5.5 million from Amaru Entertainment.

Tupac Shakur’s mom Afeni based the Amaru document label to deal with the late rapper’s music. According to Billboard, Sekyiwa Shakur claims Whalley employed himself because the supervisor of Amaru regardless of a battle of curiosity.

“He has successfully embezzled tens of millions of {dollars} for his personal profit effectively in extra of what can be fairly essential to retain a correctly certified third-party to carry out such companies,” the lawsuit reads. “As a end result, Whalley has unreasonably enriched himself on the expense of the beneficiaries and in dangerous religion by taking extreme compensation able from which he ought to correctly be barred primarily based on the inherent battle of curiosity.”

Sekyiwa Shakur additionally took challenge with Whalley allegedly refusing to launch private property held by the property. Some of the gadgets have been inherited by Tupac Shakur’s mom Afeni after he died and maintain “large sentimental worth.”

“It is evident that [Whalley] has used and abused his powers as executor and particular trustee of the property and the belief to transform the non-public property belonging to Sekyiwa as a piggy financial institution from which he has drawn substantial funds for his personal profit,” the lawsuit contends.

Whalley’s lawyer Howard King denied the allegations towards his shopper. King stated Whalley turned the supervisor of Amaru previous to Afeni Shakur’s dying.

“These authorized claims are disappointing and detrimental to all beneficiaries of the belief,” King informed Billboard. “We are assured the courtroom will promptly conclude that Tom has at all times acted in one of the best pursuits of Amaru, the belief and all beneficiaries.”
















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