According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a Los Angeles judge has denied the singer’s demand that Jane Doe pay him $2,500, over his claim she refused to answer questions during a deposition. Usher went to court asking for Jane Doe to be sanctioned to the tune of $2,500. He accused her of refusing to answer questions during her June 25 deposition.
However, the judge did side with Usher when he ordered Jane Doe to provide answers to some of the questions she did not previously answer. The court order also ruled that Doe will not have to fly back to California for another deposition, despite Usher’s request
During the deposition, Usher clearly grilled her about the allegations he gave her the STD.
He asked the judge to order Doe to answer the questions and to sanction her for not giving up the information. During the deposition, Doe’s lawyer repeatedly instructed her client not to answer saying it was an invasion of her privacy.
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The prolific career of hip hop mogul Jermaine Dupri and his indelible influence on music over the last 26 years is explored in ‘Power, Influence and Hip-Hop: The Remarkable Rise of So So Def’ debuting Thursday, July 18 on WE tv. In addition, Dupri will celebrate the world premiere of the documentary special on Sunday, June 23 at SeriesFest in Denver, Colorado.
Throughout this one-hour documentary special, we uncover the unique stories that make up the history of So So Def, one of the very few black owned labels from its humble beginnings to multi-platinum success and stardom. Jermaine Dupri’s ability to shape Atlanta’s popular music culture becomes apparent in this riveting journey that has turned him into one of the biggest music moguls of our time. Dupri’s mission has always been to create a universal platform through music not only in urban communities but around the world. Today, he’s achieved just that. The documentary features never-before-seen archival footage and original interviews with Dupri’s contemporaries including Mariah Carey, Usher, Snoop Dogg, Will.I.Am, Da Brat,Bow Wow and Nelly.
The special is a production of WE tv in association with Entertainment One (eOne), who also produce “Growing Up Hip Hop” and “Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta” for the network.
According to reports, Helm was the one who filed to dismiss her lawsuit earlier this week because she and the Confessions artist reportedly “reached an amicable resolution.” The dismissal was reportedly filed with prejudice, which means that the case cannot be refiled again.