The number of Prince’s alleged heirs has just grown significantly smaller after a Minnesota judge dismissed the claims of 29 people claiming they were related to the late music icon and thus entitled to a portion of his vast fortune, estimated at $250 million.

The dismissed claimants include five alleged children, 11 alleged siblings and 13 people who contended they were distantly related to the “Purple Rain” singer, reports Billboard.

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However, the judge has ordered DNA testing to be performed on six others: Prince’s half-siblings Tyka Nelson, Sharon Nelson, Norrine Nelson and John Nelson, as well as Brianna Nelson and Victoria Nelson, who allege they are Prince’s niece and grand-niece, respectively.

Prince passed away from an overdose of an opioid painkiller without leaving a will, with his multimillion-dollar estate to be distributed according to Minnesota law.