Gerald Levert’s assets has begun between the late Cleveland singer’s cousin and two women who had children with the ‘Casanova’ singer.
Cousin Anthony Gibson is the executor of Levert’s estate. But the mothers of two of Gerald’s children — LeMichah Levert (17) and Camryn Levert (8) — say he hasn’t told them much about the disposition of at least $2 million worth of property.
Levert, the velvet-voiced R&B singer who died in November, left behind at least $2 million worth of assets, including two homes, two Mercedes Benz autos, jewelry, clothing, furniture, securities and bank accounts.
The singer's publishing copyrights and music royalties have yet to be appraised, and will make up a sizable part of Levert's estate, according to court records.
They say they want to ensure the children receive their due as the singer's legal next-of-kin.
A third child, Carlysia Levert, 17, is also set to inherit from the estate.
The singer's home address has become a point of contention in the legal wrangling.