The lateÂ king of popâ€™s children, Prince, 19, Paris, 17, and Blanket, 14, were due to inherit Â£900 million when they turn 30 but tax authorities in AmericaÂ are chasing the late singerâ€™s estate for Â£555 million and it is believed that MJ owes more than Â£300m in additional debts which are yet to be clearedâ€¦
According to MirrorUK;
childrenâ€™s Â£900 million inheritance
could be drastically slashed.
Big bills mean that Prince, 19, Paris, 17, and Blanket, 14, could see the money and their trust funds, which they reportedly have access to at 30, wiped out.
Insiders have reportedly claimed tax authorities in America are chasing the late singerâ€™s estate for Â£555 million, while the late singer is believed to owe more than Â£300 million in other debts.
â€œOn paper the kids are billionaires thanks to these massive sums. But the truth is those sums will barely be in their accounts for any time as they have this huge tax bill to settle,â€ a source told The Sun.
â€œThe IRS (Internal Revenue Service) had been public about their demand asking for as much as Â£555 million, with more charges coming for late payments.â€
The singerâ€™s stake in Sony/ATVMusic Publishing was recently sold for $750m (Â£526m), after he originally paid $41.5 for the rights.
Itâ€™s thought the tax on the deal will total
roughly Â£70 million.
The source added:
â€œThe estate has challenged that enormous figure, but the Sony deal simply ups the amount they owe.
The huge property and grounds went on the market in 2015 but so
far hasnâ€™t managed to tempt buyers with its
$100m price tag. Michael bought the property in 1987 for
$19.5m.However in 2008 it was handed over to investment firm Colony
Capital LLC after the Thriller star ran into financial
Following his death in 2009, the ranch fell into disrepair
Source: UK Mirror