It was next level low for the widow to publicly go after the step daughter, especially after the step daughter had to recently increase her anxiety medications and has publicly discussed her mental health issues.
In a court filing from just a few minutes ago, the widow is accused of copying approximately 1,000 music files of recordings, the originals of which she will ultimately be forced to turn over. Just always being sneaky is our widow. Apparently she is holding out on some important probate information too.
The widow fired back at the allegations made by this band in their litigation, and subtly indicated that if they persist in trashing her, she will start discussing drug use and infidelities of the deceased singer.
This former actress turned singer (Taylor Momsen) is probably B list overall, but in Europe she is pretty close to A list. She can tour the world nonstop and sell places out. She is someone, along with the band ("The Pretty Reckless") that you want to see live. They don't sell a lot of records, but you want to see them. This past week she went all in on choosing sides in an argument between a permanent A list band ("Soundgarden") and the current nemesis (Vicky Karayiannis) of the band.
There is an individual who has allegedly been in contact with the widow's team and is providing info on people operating social media accounts that are critical of them. This person becomes friends with the people they are snitching on from fan groups and forums. They allegedly helped get at least one social media account that was critical of the situation suspended recently.
The widow thinks it is her decision with what to do in regards to a project that was supposed to be a group effort and not solo. The thing is though, it isn't her decision. The ex owns it all and decides what to do and when the ex wins in court, it will end up being a group project which is what the former band members want.
Last month I wrote about a missing will. A will everyone associated with a case knows exists. Apparently the attorney who prepared it has been unable to find it. I previously advised you of that fact. There is hope though. After the will was signed, it was scanned into the system of the law firm. The only issue is they have since changed cloud companies which were hosting the files. Slowly, files that were lost in the merge are being discovered, and it is only a matter of time before the will is also located.
The widow is doing everything in her power to keep the truth from being told. One of those ways is by trying to shut down a family member who is just trying to look out for the interest they were promised. Depositions in this case would open a can of worms which could never be closed.
A phone call was made to an attorney. The attorney was rumored to have prepared a will in the year prior to the death of this A list rocker. The will was substantially different from one prepared about a decade earlier. Offspring were provided for and no one else. When the call was made to the attorney by an ex of the rocker, the attorney remembered preparing the will, but for some reason had not retained a copy as was his custom.
Apparently the widow doesn't care what she has to say or who she has to say it about. She is willing to spill all if needed. There are a few reasons for this. First, whatever she does say, she is also going to say in the book/documentary. She wants to do that to set her own timeline and her own story and make it look like anything, but what we all know to be the reality.