XXXTentacion's mother, Cleopatra Bernard, responded to the $11 million lawsuit filed by the late rapper's half-brother, Corey Pack, who claims he is entitled to 25% of his brother's estate.
XXXTentacion was shot and killed by armed robbers outside a motorcycle dealership on June 18, 2018 in Deerfield Beach, Florida.
Three suspects were arrested and charged in the rapper's death.
Pack filed the lawsuit in a Broward Court, Florida court last week, claiming the rapper's will left him 25% -- or $11 million -- from X's estate.
Pack claimed Bernard conspired with X's baby mama, Jenesis Sanchez, to deprive him of his inheritance.
Bernard responded to the lawsuit via a statement through her attorney on Friday afternoon.
"The lawsuit filed by XXXTentacion’s half-brother, Corey Pack against XXXTentacion’s mother, Cleopatra Bernard, is completely without merit. Contrary to the allegations of the complaint, a court has already determined that Corey Pack is entitled to nothing from XXXTentacion’s estate or trust. XXXTentacion's only child, and sole heir, is his son, Gekyume Onfroy. Any attempts by Corey Pack or his mother to take money from XXXTentacion’s only child or to extract money from XXXTentacion’s mother are completely without merit."
Edit: According to court records obtained by the New Times, Onfroy designated his mother as his personal representative. His trust names Bernard and his two brothers, Aiden Kerr and Corey Pack, as his beneficiaries.