Jay-Z being sued by private jet company for $250,000

Company say the rapper failed to pay a $137,000 bill

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Jay-Z is being sued by a private jet company for $250,000.

According to TMZ.com, Air Platinum are claiming the rapper owes them $137,000 and are seeking a further $100,000 in damages.

The bill itself comes from 2009 when Jay-Z reportedly flew for 18 hours at a price of $4,500-an-hour, totalling $81,000.

Other expenses Air Platinum are seeking to recoup include catering on four international flights at the price of $3,000 and a $24,200 luxury trip to England, with the total bill standing at $137,485.

The Miami-based company, who offered celebrities luxury concierge services, has since collapsed following a series of lawsuits which cost the owner over $1.9million.



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