megan the stallionkelsey harris’s boyfriend has been subpoenaed by the legal team of Derian Smith, In his legal battle with former record label 1501 Certified Entertainment, according to court documents obtained by radar online,
The summons orders Smith to be removed before the trial begins next month.
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Meg’s summons ordered to depose Harris’ boyfriend ahead of trial
The rapper reportedly believes Smith has important information that could help her case against Carl Crawford.
The “H-Town hottie” has accused 1501 label executives of refusing to allow Smith to testify.
Now, she wants them to put Smith on trial for overturning that information.
Meg claims that 1501 conspired with Harris to produce the diss track “Bussin’ Back”. However, the label categorically denies that claim.
The label filed a motion dismissing Meg’s claim last month, claiming the summons is a case of mistaken identity.
Meanwhile, 1501 filed a motion last month dismissing Megan Thee Stallion’s claims.
The motion alleges that Smith is not an employee at the record label, instead stating that he is an independent contractor. He said that he worked with 1501 artists but had no deal with the label. radar online Report.
However, Crawford says that Megan is having a case of mistaken identity. He claims that he confused “Darian Smith” with “Darian Smith”, which according to Crawford are two completely different people.
Allegedly 1501 ‘maliciously cooperated’ in ‘abusive campaign’ [Megan]as ridiculous as [Megan’s] 1501 refused to listen when she was told long ago that she was behind the wrong Darian Smith,’ the label told the outlet.
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Meg The Stallion says multiple articles list Derian as label employee, accuses 1501 of blocking new music
On her part, Megan claims that several articles listed Darian as an employee of the label.
In a motion filed in April, Meg claimed that Crawford was taking all the money she earned from her hit movies, while getting nothing in return. tmz,
In his lawsuit against 1501 Certified Entertainment, he is accused of preventing him from releasing new music.
The trial is scheduled to begin on August 7.