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A trust funded with money from the Chiefs owners, coaches, players, employees and the public will also help care for the child. As Belcher’s beneficiary, his daughter’s estate will also receive $600,000 from a life insurance policy, $200,000 for each of his four seasons with the Chiefs and $100,000 from a retirement account.

The shooting occurred at the couple’s home as they argued over “one or both of them going out as in to a club or partying,” according to police records. Belcher then drove to Arrowhead Stadium, where he shot himself while team officials pleaded with him to put down his gun.

Zoey has been staying with Sophie Perkins in Texas most of the time since the shooting, and Shepherd said she has made several trips to see the girl.

Probate commissioner Daniel Wheeler said won’t immediately issue a ruling after testimony concludes.