They’re Getting Taken For All They Money! 15 Celebrities Battling Serious Lawsuits
Instead of taking it to the streets, these celebrities are taking it to the courtroom — or being taken there. You’d be surprised at what you can learn about a celebrity from the bills they don’t pay, the people they wrong and the dirt they get up to. Allegedly, of course. That’s why we have public records to see whose done people so wrong they’re getting sued for it. Check this list of offenders.Photo Credit: PNP/ WENN.com
RZA is being sued by Thea Van Seijen: the chick who sang hooks on a lot of his songs. She says that she’s never gotten any royalties but was afraid to demand them and ruin her career. RZA says he found the woman on the street, gave her food, a place to stay and 15 minutes so they’re even. See you in court I guess.
Trey should probably calm it down in the skrip club now that he’s caught a case there. But I didn’t know that getting popped in the mug with a stack of bills was a suable offense. Sounds like an occupational hazard to me. But get your money boo boo I guess. How much do you think that’s worth?
Girl on Fire has been tearing up the charts but part of Alicia’s hit may belong to someone else. Earl Shuman claims that the first part of Girl on Fire is taken from his hit Lonely Boy that reached number two on the Billboard Charts in 1970. Does he have a case? Check out the track for yourself.
Frank is being sued by his dead beat father for a cool mil. For what? Frank didn’t tell when he revealed the suit on his Twitter page. Whatever the reason, that’s a bold move for a man that was out of his son’s life for the last 15 years.
This girl is crazy as I don’t know what. She’s suing K. Michelle for calling her a muppet on T.T. Torrez’s radio show. Her suit says she wants a public apology or she’ll sue for the damage to her public reputation. Ummmm.
Quincy Jones III
QD3 is being sued by Lil’ Wayne for the way he portrayed Weezy in the documentary he debuted at the Sundance Film Festival. Wayne says Quincy wouldn’t let him approve the final cut of the documentary which contained shots of Weezy violating his parole. Wayne says those shots may have led to his eventual incarceration.
Memphitz is suing the producers of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta over K. Michelle’s allegations of domestic violence. Memphitz claims that even though K. Michelle never named names, everyone knew who she was talking about. I don’t think he has a case. Do ya’ll really think K. Michelle made her story up?
I feel kind of funny about this. Lamar Odom is suing his baby moms Liza Morales for the right to feature their children in his reality show with his new wife. First of all, it feels messed up that he’s willing to go to court to make money off of his children’s appearance fees and walk them down the same path that the scandalous Kardashians have chosen. Second of all, if your baby moms doesn’t want her kids on TV it sounds to me like she should have that right.
Madea is in big trouble for allegedly stealing another author’s story for his new movie Good Deeds. Author Terri Donald says he sent a copy of his novel Bad Apples Can Be Good Fruit to Perry before production for Good Deeds started. If any of ya’ll have read Bad Apples Can Be Good Fruit, let us know in the comments if Tyler Perry really is a thief.
Mary J. Blige and Kendu Isaacs
Things are not looking good in Mary’s camp. She’s being sued by Signature Bank for a $2.2 million for allegedly defaulting on a loan she took out in 2011. TD Bank is also suing Mary’s charity the Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now (FFAWN) because they say she failed to pay back an advance. That’s not a good credit look.
Shakira’s ex is suing her for fees she allegedly didn’t pay him while he was her manager. If this is true, that’s a pretty cold move Shakira. He claims he earned $100 mil during that time.
I don’t know if I can really get behind this move either. Ludacris is suing a Texas couple — Demetri and Donna Evans-Brown — over the name of their mom and pop audio equipment and recording business. It’s called Disturb the Peace which Luda thinks is too close to his record label’s name: Disturbing tha Peace. That feels like nit picking to me. What’s the harm in letting mom and pop come up?
Trina was supposed to host a show called America’s Next Top Rapper but pulled out last minute. Now the producers of the show want $50 million in damages because fans were upset. That’s a lot of cheddar. I think they may be overestimating Trina’s net worth.
Why won’t Braylon Edwards pay for his kids? His first baby moms — “America’s Next Top Model” contestant Nik Pace — had to sue him back in 2010 to pay for his first son. Now his second baby mama — fashion blogger Ashton Whittington — is suing him to support his second child now that he’s already moved on to the next chick Victoria Bow. You gotta do better Braylon.