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Floyd Mayweather Jr. won a legal victory when a NY judge tossed out a lawsuit filed by a jeweler who claimed he refused to pay a $400,000 bill.

According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, a federal judge dismissed the lawsuit brought by Eric & Co Trading Company.

The jeweler claimed Mayweather showed up at one of its pop-up events in Miami and took a treasure trove of jewelry with the promise to pay later.

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Eric & Co, said Mayweather walked away with a gold Cartier diamond bracelet, a $34,000 diamond necklace, a $12,000 "iced out choker", 3 custom white gold "TMT" pieces, a $20,000 diamond/emerald cut butterfly necklace, a diamond tennis bracelet and other items.

The total price tag for the items came to $389,550 plus tax, Radar Online reports.

The day after the event, Eric & Co. emailed an invoice to Mayweather who confirmed he received it.

The jeweler made multiple attempts to collect the outstanding amount from Mayweather.

The jeweler said Mayweather is a regular customer and it never had an issue with the boxer paying his bills on time.

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Eric & Co said they served Mayweather's girlfriend with a lawsuit at the fighter's Miami mansion.

The case dragged on for months and Mayweather didn't show up in a NY court for the hearing.

A New York judge tossed the case out because it was brought in the wrong jurisdiction. The lawsuit should have been filed in Florida where the alleged theft occurred.

No new lawsuit has been filed in a Florida court, Radar Online reports.

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A family member who found former model Kim Porter dead at age 47 is suing Sean "Puffy" Combs for wrongful termination.

Porter died of double pneumonia on Nov. 15, 2018. Her niece found her lifeless body in the master bedroom at her Toluca Lake, California home after dropping off Porter's twins, Jessie James and D'lila Star, at school.

The niece, who identified herself in the complaint as Jane Roe, claims she was wrongfully let go by Combs 2 years later.

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In legal documents, obtained by TMZ, Roe is suing Combs, Tri Star Sports, and others, claiming she was fired in 2020 after she learned she was pregnant and requested maternity leave.

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Roe says Combs asked her to stay on as the twins' full-time nanny and to live at his estate. She added she was responsible for "the twins' 24/7 care."

Roe says she fell pregnant in August 2020 and requested maternity leave from Combs. She claims Combs told her through his reps that she was fired because she was pregnant and unmarried - which set "a bad example" for his daughters.

According to TMZ, Jane Roe was not fired for being pregnant or unmarried, she was let go "for cause". However, the cause of her termination was not revealed.

Porter was not married to Combs when she gave birth to their son, Christian, and the twins.

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YouTube vlogger Tasha K asked a federal judge to stop rapper Cardi B from garnishing her bank accounts.

Tasha K, real name LaTasha Transrina Kebe, is in Africa on an extended vacation with her husband.

On March 19, 2019, Cardi B filed a personal injury lawsuit for slander and defamation against Tasha, whom she claims made false statements about her in YouTube videos.

The case was filed in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Georgia.

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In January, Cardi B was awarded $1,025,000 for her pain and suffering, $1,000,000 in punitive damages, $500,000 in punitive damages, and $1,338,753.47 for legal expenses.

Tasha filed a motion to appeal the award, but her motion was denied. The YouTuber filed a second appeal with the 11th Circuit Court, which is currently pending.

On Sept. 1, Cardi B, real name Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, filed an application for a writ to garnish Tasha's bank accounts in Atlanta.

On Sept. 2, Tasha's attorney filed a motion to stay the garnishment.

Cardi's legal team filed an answer to the motion the same day.

On Sept. 23, Tasha, who is apparently still on vacation in Africa, posted an Instagram photo of herself laughing in front of the Bank of Africa, where she apparently transferred her funds.

She captioned the post: "G.O.A.L.S I wanna be like her when I grow up daddy..."

In another Instagram post from Uganda, Tasha taunted Cardi B, writing:

"Welp, #YouTube video up in 5 minutes. Since your fav keeps BEGGING for these little coins, ask her how she wants the 4 million? In Guinea Francs or Ugandan Shillings?"

Tasha previously denied rumors that she moved to Africa to avoid paying the $4 million judgment.
 

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DeMario Jackson, who starred in "The Bachelorette" and "Bachelor in Paradise", is accused of sexually assaulting two more women.

According to a lawsuit, obtained by Pop Culture, the two women claim Jackson, 35, lured them into a false sense of security before raping them.

The women, identified as Jane Doe 1 and Jane Doe 2, claim Jackson used his celebrity status to romance them before sexually assaulting them in 2018 and 2020.

Prosecutors declined to press charges against Jackson in Jane Doe 1's case due to insufficient evidence. The investigation into Jane Doe 2's allegations was also dropped. The two women eventually retained the same lawyer by coincidence.

According to TMZ, the women are seeking unspecified damages for sexual assault, false imprisonment, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

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Jackson was previously investigated for allegations of misconduct during a Bachelor in Paradise scandal in 2017.

At the time, Jackson claimed he thought producers wanted him to have sex with a contestant to add "realism" to the scene.

Jackson's friends told TMZ that the show's producers may have coerced Jackson to add a little realism by having sex with Corinne Olympios in an unscripted scene.

Jackson told producers he thought the sexual encounter was completely consensual -- especially since a cameraman was right there filming.

Bachelor in Paradise was canceled as a result of the scandal.

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Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears have agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by a 22-year-old woman on behalf of herself and her 15-year-old brother.

The plaintiffs, who are identified as Jane Doe and John Doe in the complaint, accused Haddish and Spears of making them perform sexual acts in several video skits when they were just 14 and 7 years old respectively.

The parties have agreed to seal the lawsuit to conceal photos of the minor boy.

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According to Radar Online, "Tiffany Haddish and the two alleged victims who sued her for sexual assault have reached a deal to block the public from seeing the original complaint."

Haddish moved the case from state court to federal court. The federal court officials had temporarily sealed the complaint because it contained several photographs of a minor John in an undressed state.

 
RELATED: Tiffany Haddish 'Deeply' Regrets Exploiting Two Minor Children
 
Initially, both Haddish and Spears denied the allegations and accused the plaintiffs of extorting them.

Then one of the "comedy" skits titled "Through A Pedophile's Eyes" resurfaced on YouTube, sparking public outrage.

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The disturbing skit shows Haddish playing a single mom who leaves her 7-year-old son with her pedophile uncle (Spears).

Haddish was the first to break amid the public backlash.

She issued a statement saying she "deeply" regrets her role in the wildly inappropriate footage.

The stand-up comedienne stopped short of apologizing. She claimed she couldn't say more due to the ongoing litigation.

No charges have been filed against Haddish or Spears.

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Nicki Minaj is furious over allegations that she's addicted to cocaine. The 39-year-old rapper threatened to sue Twitter users for claiming she's an addict.

If you're among those making false allegations about Nicki, you'd be wise to lawyer up.

According to Snitch, it all started when Nicki shared a video while promoting the new remix for her single "Super Freaky Girl." The remix features 5 up-and-coming female rappers, including JT, BIA, and Chicago gangbanger Katie Got Bandz.

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Nicki simultaneously dissed bold name rap queens who weren't asked to be on the remix.

"It's giving coke," one fan tweeted. The hashtag #itsgivingcoke quickly began trending, setting Nicki off on a 48-hour non-stop Twitter tirade.

Fans of rap icon Lil Kim and reality star Garcelle Beauvais — both of whom were disrespected by Nicki — also dropped gems in the hashtag thread. Nicki was livid!

The Barbie rapper collected the most offensive tweets and contacted her attorney about filing defamation lawsuits against her followers.

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Ricky Martin filed a $20 million lawsuit against his 21-year-old nephew. The Puerto Rican singer said he's suing his relative because he's been "persecuted, besieged, harassed, stalked and extorted" by his nephew.

Martin, 50, filed the lawsuit Wednesday in San Juan against Dennis Yadiel Sanchez, who the singer claims is trying to "assassinate" his reputation.
 
RELATED: Ricky Martin’s Attorney Denies ‘Disgusting’ Incest Allegations
 
In July, Sanchez filed for a restraining order after accusing his uncle of sexually molesting him and stalking him.

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In court documents, Sanchez claimed that he had a 7-month long sexual relationship with Ricky, and when it ended Ricky began stalking and harassing him -- something Ricky vigorously denied.

The nephew had filed a restraining order but he later withdrew the request

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According to the new lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, Ricky claims a month after Sanchez withdrew his restraining order, he began sending messages to Ricky through Instagram, threatening to "assassinate his reputation and integrity" unless he coughed up cash.

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Ricky says in the lawsuit before his nephew filed for a restraining order, he was publicly boasting about being Ricky's nephew.

Ricky says the nephew bombarded him with messages -- sometimes more than 10 in a single day -- for 4 months.

Ricky said Sanchez's actions left his family feeling "unsafe".

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Tiffany Haddish took to Instagram to say she "deeply" regrets exploiting two minor children in inappropriate comedy sketches.

Haddish and fellow stand-up comic Aries Spears are named in a lawsuit filed by a 22-year-old woman on behalf of her minor brother.

The lawsuit stated the two siblings were exploited by Haddish and Spears in "comedy skits" that subjected the children to inappropriate adult situations in 2013 and 2014.

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Haddish and Spears allegedly preyed upon the children of a friend of Haddish's — a single mom who did not accompany her children to the video shoots. The mother later said she thought Haddish was a friend and she trusted her with the children.

Haddish, 42, finally apologized after one of the videos went viral last week. The video, titled "Through A Pedophile's Eyes," features Haddish as a single mom who leaves her 7-year-old son with her pedophile brother who molests the child.

The lawsuit stated the boy was subjected to even worse abuse off camera.

In most of the scenes, the boy is clad only in his underwear, according to the lawsuit.

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"I know people have a bunch of questions. I get it. I'm right there with you," Haddish wrote in an IG post on Monday.

"Unfortunately, because there is an ongoing legal case, there's very little that I can say right now. But, clearly, while the sketch was intended to be comedic, it wasn't funny at all — and I deeply regret having agreed to act in it," the comedian and "Girls Trip" actor added. "I really look forward to being able to share a lot more about this situation as soon as I can."

Haddish's attorney, Andrew Brettler, initially called the lawsuit a "shakedown", "frivolous" and "bogus".

"[The plaintiff's mother] has been trying to assert these bogus claims against Ms. Haddish for several years... Now, [the mother] has her adult daughter representing herself in this lawsuit. The two of them will together face the consequences of pursuing this frivolous action."

The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court last Tuesday by a woman identified as Jane Doe on behalf of her minor brother John Doe, now 15. Jane Doe is John's legal guardian.

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Debra Opri, an attorney for Spears, said the comedian "isn't going to fall for any shakedown."

Spears, 47, settled a lawsuit with the mother over the video in 2019. But Haddish refused to settle. The settlement reportedly was not split with the children.

The settlement does not bind Jane or John from pursuing legal action against Haddish.

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Black Twitter is going IN on Da Brat for defending stand-up comedians Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears against child abuse allegations.

A 22-year-old woman filed a lawsuit against the comics on Tuesday on behalf of her 15-year-old brother.

The plaintiffs, who are identified as Jane Doe and John Doe in the complaint, accused Haddish and Spears of making them perform sexual acts in several video skits without their mother's knowledge or approval.

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"I don't believe it!" said Da Brat on Friday's Rickey Smiley Morning Show.

"They're tryna tarnish their image for some reason. I can't see Tiffany Haddish do-- I can't even see Aries Spears doing something like this. They know what they have to lose. This is crazy! I hope that I'm right - that this is some crazy blogger with no life and just wants some attention, and this is gonna go away."

Clearly, Da Brat didn't view the disturbing video that's currently making the rounds on Twitter.

In the video titled "Through a Pedophile's Eyes," John Doe, who was 7 at the time, plays with a toy while wearing only his underwear.

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Spears stares at the boy through two eye holes cut out of a newspaper as R. Kelly's hit song "Bump & Grind" plays in the background.

In other scenes, Spears rubs baby oil on the child's back and bathes in a bathtub with the child.

the video titled "Through a Pedophile's Eyes" was uploaded to "Funny or Die" in the site's "user-generated content" section where it remained until Funny Or Die removed the video in 2018.

In a statement to TMZ, the comedy website wrote:

"Funny Or Die found this video absolutely disgusting and would never produce such content. We were not involved with the conceptualization, development, funding, or production of this video. It was uploaded to the site as user-generated content and was removed in 2018 immediately after becoming aware of its existence."

Spears settled a lawsuit with the mother over the video in 2019. But Haddish refused to settle.

The settlement does not bind Jane or John from pursuing legal action against Haddish.

Haddish's attorney, Andrew Brettler, called the lawsuit a "shakedown", "frivolous" and "bogus".

"[The plaintiff's mother] has been trying to assert these bogus claims against Ms. Haddish for several years... Now, [the mother] has her adult daughter representing herself in this lawsuit. The two of them will together face the consequences of pursuing this frivolous action."


 

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Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears have been named in a lawsuit accusing them of abusing and exploiting two children in the past.

The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles on Tuesday, accuses the pair of "intentional infliction of emotional distress, gross negligence, sexual battery, sexual harassment, and sexual abuse of a minor"

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According to The Daily Beast, 22-year-old Jane Doe and her 15-year-old brother John Doe, accuse Haddish and Spears of making them perform "sexually suggestive acts on camera while underage" and unable to understand the adult situations they were placed in.

Jane, who is John's legal guardian, filed the lawsuit on Tuesday against Haddish and Spears on her brother's behalf.

The incidents allegedly occurred when the children were 14 and 7 years old in 2013 and 2014.

Haddish, 42, starred as Nekeisha Williams on the NBC sitcom The Carmichael Show (2015–2017). She rose to stardom in 2017 with a breakout role in the comedy film Girls Trip, which earned her two Critics' Choice Awards nominations.

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Aries Spears, 47, is pictured with his estranged wife Elisa Larregui in 2018.

He is best known as a regular on Fox's sketch comedy series MADtv. He recently made headlines after he fat-shamed pop singer Lizzo.

Haddish and Spears met Jane and John Doe through their mother, whom they met on the comedy circuit.

In the summer of 2013, Jane, who was 14 years old, attended a comedy camp where Haddish was a guest speaker.

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Haddish allegedly told the girl that she'd found "a perfect role for her" in a television commercial.

Haddish reportedly invited the girl to a recording studio where Spears allegedly instructed Jane to watch a video clip of college girls eating a Subway sandwich while moaning and groaning sensually.

Aries instructed the girl to eat a Subway sandwich with him from opposite ends of the sandwich while "moaning and making sexual noises ... in a manner that simulated the act of fellatio," according to the lawsuit.

At some point, Haddish entered the room and sat down next to Jane. Haddish was annoyed with Jane's performance and told her in specific detail how to simulate fellatio on the Subway sandwich.

Jane said she was "physically, emotionally, and mentally uncomfortable" while hearing these instructions from adults.

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Haddish allegedly paid Jane $100 and sent her home.

A year later, in 2014, Haddish reportedly approached the mother about 7-year-old John appearing in a "sizzle reel" video that she would submit to Nickelodeon for the boy.

Instead, Haddish and Spears filmed two videos with John, including one titled "Through a Pedophile's Eyes," in which Haddish plays the boy's mother and Spears portrayed a pedophile.

According to The Daily Beast, which viewed part of the video, the boy spends most of the video in his underwear while Spears molested the child throughout the video.

When John's mother asked to see the footage, Spears explained that it wasn't edited yet. Haddish later told the mother that the video had been deleted.

Actually, the video titled "Through a Pedophile's Eyes" was uploaded to "Funny or Die" in the site's "user-generated content" section where it remained until Funny Or Die removed the video in 2018.

In a statement to TMZ, the comedy website wrote:

"Funny Or Die found this video absolutely disgusting and would never produce such content. We were not involved with the conceptualization, development, funding, or production of this video. It was uploaded to the site as user-generated content and was removed in 2018 immediately after becoming aware of its existence."

In 2019, the children's mother negotiated a settlement with Spears over the video.

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The settlement did not involve Haddish, and the proceeds from the settlement were not shared with the young victims - who are now pursuing their own legal action.

The settlement does not bind Jane or John from pursuing legal action against Haddish.

John, who is 15, reportedly stays in his bedroom all day. He tapes over the cameras on his electronics because he is fearful of being recorded.

Jane's lawsuit seeks "general and special damages, as well as 'any appropriate statutory damages.'"

Haddish's attorney, Andrew Brettler, described the lawsuit as "frivolous" and "bogus".

"[The plaintiff's mother] has been trying to assert these bogus claims against Ms. Haddish for several years... Now, [the mother] has her adult daughter representing herself in this lawsuit. The two of them will together face the consequences of pursuing this frivolous action."

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A Los Angeles jury awarded Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa Bryant, $16 million in her lawsuit against Los Angeles County on Wednesday. Now she plans to donate the $16 million to charity.

Bryant, 40, will donate her $16 million judgment to a foundation she controls that is named for her husband, Kobe, and daughter, Gianna.
 
RELATED: Vanessa Bryant buys Kobe Bryant’s sister a Tesla
 

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Bryant, 41, and Gianna, 14, died in a January 2020 helicopter crash along with seven others in Calabasas, California.

Vanessa Bryant's attorney told the jury she suffered undue emotional stress after she discovered county personnel shared cellphone pictures of human remains as morbid "souvenirs."

Another plaintiff, Chris Chester, whose wife and daughter died in the crash, was awarded $15 million by the same jury.

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Vanessa sued after she discovered that Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies had shared graphic photos of the victims' remains with others, including a woman in a local bar.

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R&B singer Monica, 41, (right) accompanied Vanessa to court on what would have been Kobe's 44th birthday.

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According to Yahoo! Entertainment, the nonprofit Mamba and Mambacita Sports foundation offers sports education to underserved athletes. The foundation, founded in 2016, is named for the Lakers' legend's nickname, Black Mamba.

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The charity was renamed in 2020 to honor both Kobe and the Bryants' budding basketball star daughter, Gianna.

Vanessa Bryant's attorney said she was giving her jury award to the foundation as a way to "to shine a light on Kobe and Gigi's legacy," according to The Los Angeles Times.

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A jury deliberated less than four hours Wednesday before awarding Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa (right), $16 million in her lawsuit against Los Angeles County.

The jury found that L.A. County sheriff's deputies and officials shared gruesome photos of the January 2020 helicopter crash that claimed the lives of Kobe Bryant, 41, his daughter, Gianna, 14, and seven others.

Another plaintiff, Chris Chester, whose wife and daughter died in the crash, was awarded $15 million.

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In February 2020, the Los Angeles Times reported that Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies had shared graphic photos of the victims' remains with others, including a woman in a local bar.

Vanessa Bryant's attorney told the jury she suffered undue emotional stress after she discovered county personnel shared cellphone pictures of human remains as morbid "souvenirs."

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Vanessa, 40 (2nd from right), reportedly cried in court as the award was announced on Wednesday. She was accompanied to court by her and Kobe's eldest daughter, Natalia, 19 (2nd from left), and two friends.

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Earlier this week, R&B singer Monica Arnold, 41, (right) accompanied Vanessa to court to provide emotional support.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva had ordered his deputies to delete any photographs in their phones.

However, none of the eight deputies who shared the photos were fired or disciplined.

Los Angeles County plans to appeal the $31 million award.

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NeNe Leakes has dismissed her race and age discrimination lawsuit against Andy Cohen, Bravo Network, and others.

The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star filed a lawsuit against Cohen, Bravo, and other parties, accusing them of fostering a hostile work environment on the RHOA set.

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In June, it was reported that Leakes was in talks with Cohen, NBCUniversal, True Entertainment, LLC and Bravo Media Corporation to settle her race discrimination lawsuit against them and other defendants named in her lawsuit.

According to court documents, a judge granted a 45-day extension while the parties try to negotiate a settlement in arbitration.

Apparently, an agreement has been reached and Leakes dismissed her lawsuit without prejudice, meaning she can file her lawsuit again at a later date.

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Court documents obtained by PEOPLE on Monday show Leakes "dismisses this action and all claims asserted by Leakes without prejudice."

"All Parties consent and stipulate to the foregoing dismissal," the document reads. "No party will seek recovery of costs or attorneys' fees in any submission to this Court."

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Prior to filing her lawsuit, Leakes, 55, claimed that Cohen and Bravo fostered a racially-insensitive corporate and workplace culture. She also claimed that former co-star Kim Zolciak-Biermann made racist comments for years, and nothing was done to reign in her behavior.

Zolciak-Biermann was not named in the lawsuit.

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Triller responded to a $28 million breach of contract lawsuit filed against them by music producers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland.

Swizz and Timbaland say Triller purchased their popular livestream battle show in 2021. But Triller allegedly stopped making payments in January 2022.

Beatz and Timbaland created the concept for Verzuz during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns in 2020.

Initially they claimed they weren't trying to make money off of the lip-syncing competition.

But just months later, they brokered a $70 million deal for the livestream series.

In a statement to TMZ on Wednesday, Triller said Swizz and Timbaland received $50 million in a cash deal for Verzuz.

"Swizz and Tim have personally been paid by Triller over $50 million in cash and stock to-date, and they stand to benefit even more over time. In addition, they have annual obligations, which if met, and no breach has occurred, entitles them to additional payments."

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Triller execs claim Swizz and Timbaland failed to deliver Verzuz battles per their agreement in 2022.

It seems Swizz and Timbaland ran into difficulty booking artists after Verzuz was sold.

Basically, the artists did all the work, while Swizz and Timbaland reaped all the benefits.

Triller continued:

"Only one payment of $10 million is in question. We do not believe they have met the thresholds for that payment yet, which include, but are not limited to, delivery of a set number of VERZUZ events for 2022. We have been trying to resolve this amicably and this does not affect VERZUZ operations or Triller’s ownership of VERZUZ. If this does proceed in court, we look forward to a judgment that weighs all the facts."

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Black content creators aren't the only ones suing video-streaming networking service Triller for lack of payment.

Swizz Beatz and Timbaland filed a lawsuit against Triller seeking $28 million in non-payment for a Verzuz rap-battle deal.

The mega music producers say the TikTok rival Triller bought their popular livestream battle show in January 2021. But the $28 million agreed-upon payment was never made.

The duo is suing Triller for breach of contract, citing lack of payments in 2022.

Beatz and Timbaland came up with the concept for Verzuz as a way of passing the time during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns in 2020.

The lip-sync rap battles evolved into respectable music competition between B- and C-list bold name artists, such as Monica and Brandy Norwood.

Beatz and Timbaland say the music app made initial payments in 2021, but then defaulted in January 2022. Triller failed to make a large settlement payment in March of this year.

Triller is also being sued by hundreds of Black content creators who say they have been stiffed out of millions of dollars.

Triller offered as many as 300 Black content creators $14 million to leave TikTok. But many say they are in debt and facing eviction because Triller defaulted on payments.

Triller was poised to become TikTok's biggest competition.