Aubrey McClendon’s Thunder stake at issue in probate court
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The around 20 percent proprietorship stake in the Oklahoma City Thunder held by the late Aubrey McClendon has turned into a worry of his home’s loan bosses.
The Oklahoman reports that transcripts of a probate court listening to say McClendon’s dowager, Kathleen McClendon, needs to purchase the stake that is justified regardless of an expected $190 million.
Arthur Hoge, a lawyer for Wilmington Trust, said it’s a worry that possession shares could be sold to a relative for short of what it would get on the open business sector. Hoge said the bequest owes the trust $465 million and has just $3 million accessible in real money.
Home lawyer Martin Stringer said the Thunder interest is not available to be purchased.
Aubrey McClendon kicked the bucket March 2 in a fender bender, a day subsequent to being prosecuted on an offer gear charge.