CHUCK SCHULDINER's Sister: We'll Go After The Auction Fraudsters

January 24, 2002

Bethann Schuldiner, the sister of late DEATH/CONTROL DENIED frontman and executor of his estate, is reportedly considering legal action against a club in Lyon, France, that she claims held a sold-out Schuldiner benefit concert but only handed over $900. "I'm just mortified," Bethann told MTV. "As hard as Chuck struggled, it sickens me to think that somebody would use his illness for personal gain. Most people we heard from helped out a lot. The poorest of fans from all over world would quite literally say, 'Here's a quarter. That's all I have. But you have my prayers.' And that meant the world to me. But for the few people who tried to make money off of my brother's condition, if we find out who you are, we'll come after you."

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