A popular real estate mogul and used car dealer named Sheron Sukhdeo was shot and killed last week. Police say that he was shot multiple times in a drive-by attack outside the home of relatives in Trinidad and Tobago.
The father of two lived in style – and went out in style too. You see, Sheron was buried on Friday, in a $50,000 casket. Sheron’s body was dressed in white and around his neck were his thick, heavy gold chains with massive medallions and other large pendants, reaching down to his waist. His family also placed a pair of Timberland boots in the casket.
The total amount of jewelry in the casket is estimates to be more than $100,000.
Sheron’s business dealings were long rumored to have been not entirely legal, but that didn’t stop the entire community coming out to celebrate the life of the “World Boss.” Sheron was doused in Moet champagne right before he was cremated, followed by a car show.
Sukhdeo has left behind a multi-million dollar empire.
But it is not yet known who will inherit the fortune or take charge of his businesses which involve real estate and used cars.
Sukhdeo owned a fleet of at least 15 luxury vehicles, eight speedboats, 10 jet skis and two small aircraft.
He was also the owner of seven houses and six apartments. According to a close friend of the family, Sukhdeo recently bought a restaurant. He also owned two buses, 12 mini vans, four taxis and other businesses.