Remy Ma Found in Contempt of Court for Failing to Turn Over Legal Docs
Remy Ma is currently facing some legal issues. Yesterday (Nov. 28), a judge found Remy in contempt for not adhering to a subpoena relating to her work with ex-manager Vince Herbert, as part of his legal battle with LDNX Records.
The State of the Culture host was asked by a judge to turn over all financial documents relating to her work with Herbert, as well as any money she owes him. Back in February, the Colombia Records signee parted ways with Herbert as her manager.
LDNX Records has filed court documents explaining that Herbert owes $380,000 and demanded that he be found in contempt, alongside Remy Ma. The record company has also demanded sanctions against the both of them.
This wouldn't be Remy's first time dealing with legal issues. Back in 2008, Remy was convicted of assault, illegal weapon possession and attempted coercion following a shooting outside a Manhattan nightclub in 2007. She was released from prison in 2014.
Remy Ma has a total of 30 days to hand over the necessary legal documents. The case remains ongoing.
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