Not much spin here. DJ AM's final wishes will be forever a mystery.
The celebrated turntablist's mother, Andrea Gross, has filed letters of administration with Los Angeles County Superior Court revealing that AM (whose real name was Adam Goldstein) left no will or instructions on how to disburse his multimillion-dollar fortune.
According to the petition for probate obtained by E! News, Gross seeks to have herself named the sole heir of the late DJ's estate, since Goldstein was not married and did not have any children.
Court documents listed AM as having $3.5 million in property, an additional $400,000 in personal assets and debts totaling $2.9 million for a net worth of about $1 million.
Gross also states that her son was trying to sell his Los Angeles-area home at the time of his death last week, and as his administrator, she asked the court for permission to allow the sale to go through. AM was found dead in his New York apartment on Friday.
A hearing on the matter has been set for Oct. 7.
DJ AM's funeral, meanwhile, is scheduled for later today. A public memorial for Goldstein is due to be held Thursday night at the Hollywood Palladium.
E! Online remembers DJ AM with a special photo gallery.