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Aviciis parents may jättearv
"”Avicii” Tim Bergling"

"Aviciis parents may jättearv"

"Tim ”Avicii” Bergling died on 20 april this year, only 28 years old."

"it is clear Now that it is his parents are Klas Bergling and Anki Lidén, who will inherit her son's wealth on the 231 million, writes Expressen."

"the Artist also donated large sums of money to charity."

"The Swedish world known Tim ”Avicii” Bergling went tragically during a journey in Oman on 20 april this year. DJ-star was mourned by family, friends, musikerkollegor and millions of fans all over the world."

"After it left the Avicii a combined fortune of 231 million kroner, according to the inventory of the estate that Expressen taken note of."

"In Sweden, Avicii assets of 180 000 000 dollars, and in the united states amounted to 148 000 000 sek. According to the estate inventory is the net proceeds of slightly over 231 million, the magazine writes."

"Because he neither had written a will, or had children or was married is that his parents are Klas Bergling and Anki Lidén, who will inherit all his assets."

"It is also his parents who will get the money from his music plays out in royalties."

"Donated millions to charity"

"the Star also donated large sums to charity throughout his career. In 2012, he donated all his income from that year's tour in the united states, over eight million, to the organization Feeding America. The following year he gave one million euros, close to ten million kronor, to the final ten, according to Expressen."

"– Personally and morally, I think – when you get to a position where you get that kind of pass-the abundance of money that you do not need – to the most sensible, human and obvious thing to do is to share it with those who really need it, " said Avicii in the documentary ”Avicii – the documentary” in 2013, according to the newspaper."

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