As Master P and his wife near divorce, Sonya Miller is seeking 40% of the Miller family’s fortune to include real estate properties, cars, and other items.  Get more details now.

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As previously reported Master P and his wife Sonya Miller are headed for divorce.  So far, the road has been rocky and unfortunately getting increasingly ugly.  A few weeks ago, P and his children appeared in a youtube video to dispute Sonya Millers claims, P had abducted their children.

It was also revealed that Mrs. Miller has drug issue and needed help. P made the following statement in an open letter:

“All I ask is that she take a drug test in the next two weeks and pass it.  I will give her everything I have. The four minors she says she needs help with, three of them are with me, this makes no sense. I’m tired of sugarcoating and hiding the truth of ungrateful people that I’ve been taking care of for so many years.”

Now as paperwork is being drawn-up to end the couple’s 24-year marriage, Sonya Miller is seeking more than $67 million.  TMZ is reporting, Sonya filed court documents requesting that she receive the substantial nest egg, with $54 million of that total being from P’s No Limit Records empire.  By the way Percy “Master P” Miller is estimated to be worth a little more than $178 million.

Listen to Tha Wire below and find out what else Mrs. Miller wants.

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In other news, it looks like Chris Brown’s  gonna be in jail a lot longer than originally planned.  The singer’s misdemeanor assault trial in D.C., was supposed to go down yesterday (Wednesday April 24) but it didn’t happen, as his trial has been postponed.

The Associated Press is saying, D.C. Superior Court Judge A. Franklin Burgess Jr. delayed Brown’s case until June 25, the same day his bodyguard Christopher Hollosy is scheduled to be sentenced.  As reported earlier this week, Hollosy was found guilty of assaulting a man outside of D.C. hotel last October and faces a maximum of six months in prison and a $1,000 fine.

Brown’s main attorney Mark Geragos said, “I think all of this is much ado about nothing and frankly I look forward to being able to try this at some point."  Breezy’s other lawyer, Bob Kalunian had to some arguments of his own to make.  Get the scoop on what he had to say inside Tha Wire below.  Plus, find out what happens to Chris is he's be found guilty of probation violation and more.