EXCLUSIVE: Turk Issues Legal Summons To Cash Money, Label Has 21 Days To Respond
(AllHipHop News) New Orleans native Turk is increasing the legal pressure on his former record label Cash Money. Turk filed a lawsuit against the company for unpaid finances earlier this month, and now the "Wodie" rapper has recently served a new summons to Cash Money as well.
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According to legal documents attained by AllHipHop.com, Turk has filed paperwork against Cash Money and Money Mack Music requiring the defendants to respond to the pending lawsuit. Cash Money and Money Mack have 21 days to contact Turk's attorney concerning the complaint.
"If they don't answer by March 11, it will be declared a default judgement," Turk informs AllHipHop.
Turk's lawsuit accuses Cash Money of failing to pay the performer any advances, royalties, artist royalties, ormusic publishing for his recordings released by the label. He is seeking damages of at least $1.3 million.