Puff's Bouncer Files $800 Million Suit


never ending drama in

Puff Daddy's life got another injection last week. A bouncer who

was injured is seeking to cash in on the celeb's money, and has

filed an $800 million dollar lawsuit against the label head. Julius

Jones who works for Club New York filed the suit against Puffy,

his bodyguard, his chauffeur, Club New York, its owner Michael

Bergos, and Bad Boy Records on Thursday. Jones was reportedly

shot in the shoulder (aren't these the things that come with being

a bouncer?). Arista Records (the label that distributes Bad Boy,

and is owned by BMG) may be frowning on Puff right now. Up until

the release of Biggie's Born Again, the label has suffered from

lackluster sales, and Puff has been racked with legal problems.