They claimed to have worked with the rapper since 2004 and had no issue, thus this time around the agreement was only verbal. They filed suit for 171k in unpaid commissions.
Talent Access Talent filed docs in the case in February asking the court to order the rapper to re-do his deposition claiming he lied during his first sit down in September 2013. They believed his answers stating he wasn’t informed on how his business operated, information relating to the touring and booking, along with the financial aspects of his tours was untruthful and filed docs asking the court to order him to take another deposition with truthful answers.
However, the judge came back and sided with the rapper, claiming his answers were consistent throughout his deposition. theJasmineBRAND.com has learned that the order denying their motion states that Ross had every right to object to questions the company asked about including his children, who lives with him, how many homes he owns, a 2013 shooting attempt, canceling of concert dates due to gang threats and also his infamous cancelled Reebok endorsement deal, claiming they had nothing to do with the lawsuit. Check out the EXCLUSIVE court documents.