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Lady Gaga dodges contempt of court in suit with Tamar Braxton’s ex

Lady Gaga avoided being charged with contempt of court after turning over financial documents involving Tamar Braxton‘s husband, Vincent Herbert.

LDNX Records claimed in court documents obtained by The Blast that they have been trying to collect $380,000 that Herbert reportedly owes them, demanding that he, Gaga, rapper Remy Ma and Interscope Records all be held in contempt for allegedly not turning over financial details about their respective deals with Herbert — and how much Herbert allegedly owes them from royalties.

Herbert, 45, collaborated with the 32-year-old pop megastar on tracks including “Poker Face,” “LoveGame,” “Telephone,” “Paparazzi,” “Bad Romance Pt. 2,” “Born This Way” and “Artpop,” and LDNX Records alleged that Herbert is still earning major royalties from each.

The label alleged that Mother Monster was first served with a subpoena in August 2017 but took months to respond and failed to provide them with complete and accurate information related to the case, leading them to demand sanctions be held against the “A Star Is Born” actress.

Fortunately for Gaga, on July 30, LDNX Records claimed in court documents that Gaga had, at that time, finally turned over the necessary financial documents, leading them to request to withdraw their contempt motion against her.

However, LDNX is still peeved with Remy Ma and Herbert and accuses them of obstruction of justice.

A judge reportedly has yet to rule on the claims.

A rep for Gaga did not immediately return a request for comment on the suit.

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