*John Singleton’s mother may have scored a legal victory following a months long court battle with her granddaughter, but that’s not stopping her from firing off a scathing letter to her late son’s girlfriend.
According to The Blast, Sheila Ward has officially been named executor of the late director’s estate. Meanwhile, TMZ reports that she recently made time to pen a scorching public letter accusing Rayvon Jones of not doing enough to save Singleton’s life back in April.
Singleton died on April 29, after suffering a major stroke upon returning from a trip to Costa Rica. In a Facebook post, Singleton’s mother blames Jones, his baby mama, for not doing more to save her son’s life, RollingOut reports.
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“My mind is wrapped [around] the beginning of your body’s fall. You were vomiting up blood, you had trimmers that night. Don’t know what came first vomit or the argument. Or did it begin as you boarded the plane home? You were tired when you left and tired when you returned. No open arms, just crossed defiant fists greeting you. I visualize the stress and your fatigue, I could not protect you,” she wrote.
Singleton’s mother suggested that her son suffered the stroke while in the bathtub, and believes no one around tried to save his life.
“Only the baby in the bath with you gave you comfort. Fear must have struck when your body began to trimmer again and you couldn’t lift yourself from the sunken tub of water. Will the baby remember those moments? Didn’t they know to never be placed in a bath after you showed signs of trimmer. And in that moment you knew these people could not help you nor could they have the brainpower to find someone who could. No care that was given to you when your body expressed a distressing need to be shielded from the blood seeping from your cranial vessels.”
Morgan remains angry that no one called her during the final moments that John was conscious.
“No one called ME. No one called 911. They shifted you to your bed and let you lay until the morning. No one called your mother or the medical professionals who could have helped you. NO NO NO. I can’t stop thinking about this truth.”
The mother concluded her post by warning those who wronged her son to stay clear of her.
“Don’t blame them I [feel] so sorry for them because they must live with that. I don’t blame them yet I am repelled from their energy. I know not to let them touch me or surround me.”
Meanwhile, Jones denies Ward’s accusations, noting that she and Singleton believed he came down with a case of food poisoning and that’s why he opted to take a bath instead of calling an ambulance.