(EXCLUSIVE) Mariah Carey’s Record Label Settles $170k Legal Battle Over Singer Canceling Photo Shoot

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey

theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports, Mariah Carey’s record label has reached a settlement in a $170k legal battle over the singer canceling a photo shoot last minute and costing the photographer tens of thousands of dollars, with the case being dismissed following a deal being reached out of court.

An artist management agency, Jed Root, filed suit against Universal Music and The Island Def Jam Music Group in New York Court.

The lawsuit explained that in April 2013, the record labels entered into a contract to hire the agency’s photographer Michael Thompson to shoot Carey’s album package, which was to include 5-6 set up shoots with the pop star.

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Authored by: Kellie Williams