The Battle Begins
2 months after the death of the legend DMX, it needs to be decided who will receive future earnings of DMX’s music and have control over his estate, it turns out the heat is already hot being someone just recently got turned down.
We recently got informed by Page Six, Desiree Lindstrom aka his fiance applied to the court to become the “common-law wife,” she was denied.
Desiree and DMX have been engaged for a little while since 2019 before the rapper suffered from an overdose and also share a 5-year-old son, Exodus.
Becoming the common-law wife would mean a lot. For one it means there is a great possibility you will have full control over the estate, as well as the earnings to his music.
Kids Of DMX Potential Administrators?
Besides Desiree getting declined, a few out of DMX’s 14 kids are petitioning to become administrators.
His three sons, Tacoma, Tashera, and Sean are the ones petitioning along with his daughters Sasha and Jada.
Many are wanting to be administrators and it is difficult because there can only be so many.
If Desiree were to be accepted, she will be over the rapper’s 14 kids therefore she was denied.
“His fiancée Desiree tried to muscle in by asking the court to be named his common-law wife, which means she would have taken precedence over his children. But the court refused.”
Stay updated for the next court date, which will be next month mid-July, where the court reviews the submissions.