There's more legal troubles for the rapper
Lil’ Kim is being sued for the second time since July, this time by a recording company who says she failed to deliver all the recordings specified in her contract.
The lawsuit was filed in Manhattan’s State Supreme Court on Tuesday by Brookland Media, who say they spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on recordings, equipment and advance payments.
The suit says Lil’ Kim, whose real name is Kimberly Denise Jones, tried to change the contract after signing and halted recording until Brookland agreed to her terms, reports the Associated Press.
Brookland wants the court to declare the contract valid and bar Lil’ Kim from recording for another company.
In July, the rapper was sued by a book publisher after allegedly failing to deliver book a book she was commissioned to write.
Simon & Schuster Inc. say they paid her $40,000 in 2003 for a book due in June 2004.
–By our New York staff.