Jerry Heller passed away on Friday at the age of 75, due to a car accident as a result of having what’s been described as “a medical emergency” while driving. (His attorney says the family believes it to be a heart attack.)

The former manager of N.W.A. had been in the spotlight a lot more in the last year, after the success of 2015’s Straight Outta Compton film. However, he was not happy with the way he was portrayed, and had filed a $110 million lawsuit for defamation of character against the film’s producers, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and the Estate of Eazy-E. It was dismissed over the summer, however, the judge did say Heller might have a point as it pertained to two scenes, but he had to prove the interaction with Cube didn’t happen and that it was written into the script with malice.

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“Jerry Heller would be alive today if not for that movie,” his lawyer told TMZ this weekend. He says Jerry barely slept and was “heart broken” over it. No word on whether he plans to continue with the lawsuit.

As for the guys of N.W.A., neither Dre nor Cube have made a statement, and MC Ren merely said this to Vlad TV:

“All I have to say is ‘from God we come and to God we return.’”

Rest in peace.