The administrator of Prince’s estate has denied reports it plans on selling Paisley Park, the late singer’s former recording studio and home.
Bremer Trust, which manages Prince’s estate, said it had no plans to sell the legendary studio following a report from TMZ Friday it had sought permission to put several of Prince’s properties, including Paisley Park, on sale.
“Contrary to some media reports, Bremer Trust, the special administrator for the Prince Rogers Nelson estate, has no plans to sell either Paisley Park or the property referred to as the ‘Purple Rain’ house,” Bremer Trust said in a statement. “There is no additional information to share on this topic.”
Bremer’s court filing included the recording studio among nearly 20 properties worth an estimated $28 million the Associated Press reported. Prince died at Paisley Park, where he recorded nearly 30 albums, in April at the age of 57.
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