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Nate Dogg: Baby Mama Files Claim Against Late Rapper’s Estate for Unpaid Child Support

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Nate Dogg passed away in March 2011 from complications of multiple strokes, but that hasn’t stopped his baby mama from saying that the rapper still owes him money.

According to TMZ, Shereda Williams has filed a creditor’s claim against Nate’s estate, claiming that she’s owed $339,924 in unpaid child support.

The site reports that Nate was supposed to pay Shereda $4,358 a month after their child was born in 2006, but she says she didn’t receive one single payment.

Now, Shereda says Nate’s estate owes her the outstanding balance, including payments that have accumulated since his death.

But ThisIs50.com says it’ll be difficult for Shereda to get the money, as Nate reportedly didn’t leave behind much money or even have a will. Thus, his family asked for money to help cover the cost of his funeral.

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