(AllHipHop News) Sean “Diddy” Combs’ group Dirty Money has announced a release date for their upcoming album Last Train To Paris. The album is the debut full-length from Dirty Money, which includes Combs, Kalenna Harper and Dawn Richard. According to a press release, Last Train To Paris will finally be released on December 14th, 2010. The album has already produced a hit single titled “Hello Good Morning,” which has already been certified gold. The group is preparing two new releases from Last Train To Paris. In the next two weeks, the new single “Coming Home” will impact radio, while a video for “Loving You No More” featuring Drake will premiere in the coming weeks. Last Train To Paris features guest appearances by Lil Wayne, Usher, Drake, Swizz Beatz, Justin Timberlake, Chris Brown, Grace Jones, Trey Songz and others. Producers include D’Mile, Polow Da Don, Danja, Sean Garrett, Tricky Stewart, The Dream, Swizz Beatz and Mario Winans. An $85 million dollar 2005 lawsuit involving former Philadelphia radio jock and Fabolous is slated to head to court in New York this week. In 2004, Lisa “Golden Girl” Natson was allegedly assaulted by Fabolous’ bodyguard, after Power 99FM’s annual Powerhouse concert. The incident started when Golden Girl and a friend was on Fabolous’ tour bus chatting with Fabolous. When she “asked for a ride to the top of the ramp,” the rap star’s bodyguard became irritated and refused her request. When she threatened to stop playing the rapper’s hit single “Breathe” on the radio, the bodyguard picked her up off her feet and allegedly slammed her to the ground. According to TheMusic.Fm, a trial is scheduled to start this week in regards to the lawsuit. Fabolous denied the charges in a previous interview. I never touched or did anything to Golden Girl, therefore, I am not involved and do not have anything further to say or do with that incident, Fabolous told AllHipHop.com. In addition to working for Power 99FM, Golden Girl published a book titled Sex and Celebrities: The Truth, The Whole Truth, The Naked Truth, where she described a sexual encounter with Lil Kim. Rapper Petey Pablo surrendered to federal authorities yesterday (October 13th), for bringing a gun into the Raleigh-Durham International Airport on September 11th, 2010. The rapper was busted by airport security, when they found a stolen 9mm handgun and ammunition, inside his carry-on luggage. According TMZ.com, Petey Pablo will have to go back to court in November to face charges of possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of a stolen firearm and attempting to take a gun onto an airplane. In the meantime, Petey Pablo, born Moses Barrett III, must report a U.S. probation officer. If he travels, he must submit a complete itinerary of all of his plans one month before his trip. Additionally, the rapper must submit to drug testing and refrain from excessive alcohol use. Representatives for Petey Pablo claimed that he stashed the gun in his bag to hide it from a distraught friend, who may have used the weapon. The rapper allegedly forgot the gun was in the bag, when he attempted to board a plane for Los Angeles on 9-11, to attend the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles.