Lil' Kim Sues Lawyer for $1 Million Over Bad Licensing Agreements
Lilí Kim filed a $1 million lawsuit against Sunny Barkats, a lawyer and businessman who she claims duped her into signing a series of bad licensing agreements.
The rapper says Sunny Barkats bamboozled her into entering transactions that gave himself and his partner, Andrew Ro, a 44% stake in a corporation formed to license her brand names. Lilí Kim claims that she eventually wised up to the shady deals in December 2012, but Barkats refused to rescind them. nydailynews.com
Lil' Kim was on Rapfix today to chat about her upcoming projects and premiere the Twisted music video.
Short summary on new info she revealed: -- Bangladesh is the executive producer of her upcoming album. -- The album might not come out this year (singles will be released, though) -- She has teamed up with Charles Koppelman, a successful businessman, who has held key executive positions at EMI and Steve Madden, and he's the former Chairman of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. Currently, he serves as CEO of CAK Entertainment. The company conducts marketing, brand development and advisory work for artists and companies including Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez (managing their apparel and lifestyle products line with Kohlís Department Stores), Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, The Jill Zarin Brand, and Freehand Music and Human Potential Project. (source wiki).