Late K-pop star Sulli's father accused of going after her wealth as bitter feud breaks out within family

Actress Sulli's older brother Choi Dae-hee recently said that he was angry as their father for his alleged interest in Sulli's assets


                            Late K-pop star Sulli's father accused of going after her wealth as bitter feud breaks out within family
Sulli (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Tory Burch)

K-pop sensation Sulli was found dead by her manager at her Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do home on October 14, leaving her K-pop fan base across the world in deep sorrow. The late star had been reportedly battling social anxiety and panic attacks.

It seems as though in the wake of her death, her family might be struggling when it comes to dealing with the wealth she left behind. Late singer and actress Sulli's older brother, Choi Dae-hee recently said that he was angry as their father is allegedly interested in Sulli's assets.

On Monday, January 19, Sulli's brother took to Instagram to share the story that has never been made public until now. He stated that their father is after Sulli's wealth.

His post read, "I want to carry the sadness of my sister on my own, but how can someone who is our father talk about money-related issues to others when he has not even been to her grave yet. If we are strangers, let's just live like strangers."

The message showed that both of Sulli's parents were arguing over who has the right to inherit their late daughter's wealth.

The father had written this in the chat, "I have a daughter who has gone to heaven. She has left behind assets. I have fought with her mother about this and we're currently living as strangers."

"I pray that everyone will remember our God's sacrifice to save us and listen to his voice and live a happy life of giving back (to the community). I love you," their father added.

Sulli's brother also added a screenshot of texts that were apparently sent to him by their father while mentioning that their father had been to Sulli's grave twice. Choi Dae-hee replied to his father's message saying, "This isn’t even funny anymore. How can you use someone else's photo and pretend that it's yours?"

Last year it was said that Choi Dae-hee had refused to accept the inheritance his sister left behind and that his parents were fighting over this. With his post on Instagram, it seems as though an agreement is yet to be reached in this sad situation.

If you have an entertainment scoop or a story for us, please reach out to us on (323) 421-7515