The children that blues legend B.B. King managed to father during 71 years on the road are now going to war in court over his estate, which is worth millions of dollars.
Despite having such a low sperm count that doctors said he'd never be able to conceive, King - famous for songs like 'Sweet Sixteen' and 'The Thrill is Gone' - fathered and provided for 15 children during his 71 years as a professional musician.
But after his death at age 89 last year from Alzheimer's Disease and heart failure, many of King's 11 surviving kids say the money has dried up and they're going to court to get it back, The Hollywood Reporter said.
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