Estate in bankruptcy
15/06/2019 14:53 PDT
Chris Cornell He has been away for more than two years and yet a new dispute has erupted over his ex-wife, daughter and widow.
Chris and his ex-wife, Susan Silver, reached an agreement when they divorced in 2004 that he would pay their daughter LillyCollege fees. We are told that Chris has created a trust for college fees and other expenses, and that the money is distributed as needed.
Lilly filed a claim with Chris' estate in probate cases, asking for money to cover his university and other expenses. A few days after the filing of the claim, the estate representative objected to the claim.
Sources related to the Cornell family told TMZ that Lily had been enrolled in a college in California last year and that the trust had paid her $ 21,000 in tuition fees for each semester. After the first week of teaching in the second semester, we were told that Lilly had dropped out of school. Our sources say that a representative from Lilly sent an email to the trust in March – we are told a contentious email – to make sure the payment was done properly. Trust, which is administered by Chris's widow, Vickeycalled the school and found out she had dropped out of school.
Our sources state that the trustee does not demand that the tuition be reimbursed, but their position is that there will be no more payments until there is proof that Lilly is back 'school. If the school ended up paying back the semester Lilly had given up, that money would go directly to her and if that happened, the trust would deduct that amount from future tuition.
The probation judge still has to rule.
We contacted Lily's lawyers but we did not hear from them.