Posted by Robert
Rap News Network
2/19/2004 2:21:22 PM
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The estate of rap singer Tupac Shakur is seeking a$37,000 default judgment against a La Puente company.
The estate alleges All Entertainment Inc. and its president, Michael Chew, did not respond to a lawsuit filed Sept. 24 in Pomona Superior Court alleging breach of contract.
The settlement agreement's details are vague, but it asks for All Entertainment to hand over figure dolls and all other inventory.
Court documents show Shakur's estate needs to correct parts of its request for a default judgment before a judge will enforce it. The estate's demands include about $2,150 in attorney fees.
A hearing is set March 9.
The estate's lawyer, Brenda Teig, did not return a call for comment Friday.
A man who answered the telephone at All Entertainment's office at 256 S. Fifth St. on Friday said the company is no longer there and that he did not know Chew's whereabouts.
The man declined to give his name. Court documents did not provide the name of any lawyer who might be representing Chew.Shakur, 25, was shot to death in Las Vegas in September 1996. His killing is unsolved.
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