Late West Coast rapper Nate Dogg‘s son Naijiel Hale has come forward to blast his father’s widow, Latoya Calvin, for taking advantage of him with a bogus marriage.

According to court documents, Hale believes Calvin sparked a car accident which led to Nate having medical problems and intentionally married him while he was mentally incapacitated.

Naijiel’s mother, Rhoda Mouton is also joining the fight — and points out, in docs … Latoya didn’t even attend Nate’s funeral. Nate’s estate says he and Latoya separated and filed for divorce 19 days after they married. The only hiccup — the divorce wasn’t final when Nate died. As we previously reported … the Dogg’s $350k house in Pomona, CA has been the subject of a bitter family feud for years between Latoya and Nate’s family — including his six kids. (TMZ)

Check out how far back the Nate Dogg family woes go on the next page…

In July 2012, reports flooded online in relation to Nate’s six children arguing over $200,000 in real estate.

When hip-hop singer Nate Dogg died last year, he didn’t have his affairs in order. There was no will and no instructions as to how things should be divided amongst his children and other surviving relatives. just as a family feud started brewing, a lawyer was hired to handle the legal wrangling. According to documents filed in L.A. Superior Court, Nate Dogg’s Pomona, California home was appraised and said to be worth $350,000. When Nate Dogg passed, he still owed $150k in mortgage payments. The documents also name Nate’s six children – 2 boys and 4 girls – who will inherit their father’s estate. Along with the $200k in real estate, the children will get all of Nate Dogg’s money made off his music catalog. (Black America Web)

West Coast rap veteran Warren G previously named Nate SOHH Underrated.

“I think Nate [Dogg] was underrated as far as being a “song writer” because a lot of people didn’t know he could write songs better than he could write a hook. And a lot of people thought, “Okay, well, let’s just have Nate sing the hook.” But with me and him, we would do a “song.” He was really singing. People can hear that on our records and G Funk Classics. They heard that. He wrote songs and people don’t understand that.” (SOHH Underrated)