James Brown may be back in the public eye, thanks to a new biopic, but the late music icon is far from resting in peace, according to his widow.
In an interview with MailOnline.com, Tomi Rae Brown detailed for the first time just how complicated things are with Brown’s family as she touched on the battle for the soul legend’s $65 million fortune as well as how a paternity suit resulted in the dismembering of his body which has been moved 14 times since his death.
Although Brown’s biopic, “Get On Up,” “gives a good depiction of my husband’s life,” Tomi Rae feels all the drama since the singer’s death is “is more painful and outrageous than anything a scriptwriter could dream up.”
“James would be spinning in his grave if he knew the hell I’d gone through over the past eight years,” she told MailOnline.
Since Brown’s death on…
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