Brown’s sister alleged someone tried to “kill him,” but his lawyer says the claims are “fake news.”
Hasbro acquired the label when it purchased a British multimedia company.
The young journalist’s brother, Christopher Edwards, and their mom, Marsha Edwards, are also dead.
“She was our road map, our compass, our guiding light,” Parker’s husband said.
The judge in the case wanted to know why the singer was a no-show.
Two members of the rapper’s entourage were also convicted.
Todd and Julie Chrisley face 12 counts, including wire fraud and bank fraud.
Brown was released from prison Wednesday morning in Tennessee.
Morrison was the first African-American female author to win the Nobel Prize.
The massacres were just hours apart, claiming at least 29 lives and injuring dozens more.