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One of B.B. King's daughters has asked a judge to give her guardianship over her ailing father's affairs.
King's daughter Karen Williams claims his manager Laverne Toney is not giving him the proper care he needs.
The blues great's health took a turn for the worse when he suffered a heart attack last week. The police were called and he was transported to a hospital, where he was evaluated and released.
Williams says Toney hired a male caretaker who got drunk and passed out one night. Williams said her father then fell out of bed and sustained facial injuries. She said Toney refused to take Mr. King to a dentist because he has no money.
But Williams says her dad had $5 million in the bank last year.
She said the money is slowly being drained out of his accounts. In her court document, she claimed $453K was withdrawn from his bank account in April.
According to gossip tabloid TMZ, Williams filed legal papers asking to be named guardian over King's personal and business affairs.
But according to other reports, King is receiving hospice care at home. When patients agree to hospice care, they understand that no extraordinary measures will be taken to extend their lives.
Hospice care means patients will be given pain medicine and made comfortable until the end. No other medications or IVs will be administered.
The daughters probably already know this. It isn't unusual for family members of hospice patients to be ghost for 30 or 40 years, then suddenly they come around when their wealthy family member is on his or her death bed.
One of the King's daughters responds:
You should not speak on things you don't know anything about! His family hasn't been absent from him for 30 or 40 years and then turned up out the woodworks like you said.
They've been around him their entire lives. And, you owe the King Family an apology.
Keep reporting your gossip but find yourself some other victims or better yet do something exciting with your own life and run and tell that!