Jimi Hendrix: the Hendrix estate sued Hendrix's ex-brother-in-law for stolen guitar

Jimi Hendrix's estate sued Hendrix's ex-brother-in-law, claiming he tried to sell the legend's Black Widow guitar for $750,000, though it doesn't belong to him.

Experience Hendrix sued Sheldon Reynolds and Brian Patterson on Monday in Superior Court. Experience Hendrix, a Washington LLC, manages and licenses the assets and intellectual property of the master guitarist, who died at 28 in 1970.

Reynolds is the ex-husband of Janie Hendrix, the guitarist's sister and CEO of Experience Hendrix.