The lawyer for rap mogul Ludacris's baby mama just filed a motion for a new trial, according to my courthouse source.
Attorney Lisa West, right, who represented Fuller (pictured below), filed the motion for a new trial at the Fulton County Courthouse Thursday evening.
In a contentious child custody case in January, rap mogul Chris “Ludacris” Bridges was awarded primary physical custody of his and Tamika Fuller's 13-month-old daughter Cai Bella Bridges. Attorney Tanya Mitchell Graham, top left, represented Ludacris.
If you recall, West is the attorney who rapped lyrics to one of Luda's songs in open court.
West represented local entrepreneur Tameka Raymond in her child custody case against her ex-husband Usher Raymond. Usher was awarded primary physical custody of their 2 sons. Tameka was granted joint custody.
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