According to a judge, XXXTENTACION's mother should reveal the money she earned following her son's death in 2018.
Judge Michael Usan granted a request submitted by the lawyer for one of the four men suspected of killing X in 2018, arguing that Bernard should be required to divulge how much money she has made since his death.
According to court records obtained by XXL, the decision was reached during a hearing on Monday (January 9), during which Michael Boatwright's counsel was able to persuade Judge Usan to grant the request.
Boatwright, Dedrick Williams, and Trayvon Newsome have been all accused with X's murder. Bernard's lawyer, Robert H. Trachman, has argued that the document is "irrelevant and highly confidential" and has fought Boatwright's application.
“For the reasons set forth, below defendant has no entitlement to the discovery he seeks concerning the assets of Ms. Bernard because the discovery requested by the defendant is not relevant to any matters pending before this court,” Trachman said in court filings.
The most recent update comes as jury selection in XXXTENTACION's murder trial gets underway on Wednesday (January 11). Last August, a fourth suspect, Robert Allen, struck a plea agreement and will be asked to testify against the remaining three men.