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Rap News Network
8/26/2003 2:52:33 AM
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A California State appellate court upheld a $5.5 million dollar judgment against Death Row Records, in regard to a lawsuit filed by Kurupt's former managers.
Lamont and Kenneth Brumfield filed the lawsuit against the label, claiming that the label conspired to steal the artist and cheat them out of significant royalties.
The initial ruling in April awarded the Brumfield's $14 million, which the judged reduced.
Knight was also hit with a lawsuit by a California law firm, alleging that the imprisoned mogul fraudulently sold or gave away four properties in the Los Angeles area, to avoid paying almost $142,000 a judge ordered him to pay the firm.
Knight has been incarcerated since June 27. He was found guilty of violating his parole for striking a Hollywood area parking valet.
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