Laurieanne Gibson has come out the loser in a lawsuit filed by a record label that claims she took advantage of their up-and-coming artist.
Back in April, Black Pearl Records filed the $100,000 suit against Gibson after they say she went M.I.A. on their artist Just Ivy. The famed choreographer was paid $50,000 to help the singer with her promo tour, but the company alleges Gibson only showed up for two weeks out of a six-week rehearsal period.
When Black Pearl Records tried to contact Gibson, her manager said she would not return unless they paid an additional $25,000. The company demanded the court award them a default judgement since Gibson never responded to the suit.
Fast forward to June 19, The Jasmine Brand reports a New York judge has granted the company's motion for a default judgement. Gibson has been ordered to pay $100,000 for damages for breaching the contract.
She has yet to respond to the judgement.
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