EXCLUSIVE: Young Thug – Accused of Refusing to Pay Up on $190k Judgement in Concert Promoter Legal Battle
Young Thug was slapped with a $190k judgement in a legal battle with a concert promoter – who accused the rapper of defrauding them – and now they are on the hunt for his property and assets to begin the process of collecting on their money.
A Kentucky concert promoter named The Duelle Network Group sued Thug accusing him of screwing them over on a scheduled concert in Louisville.
They claimed Thug engaged in a pattern of fraudulent conduct that resulted in them incurring considerable expenses and damages … relating to a concert that was set to take place in Louisville.
According to court docs, Thug blew off the legal battle despite being served with the legal papers in November 2015. The judge grew tired of waiting for the rapper to respond and finally granted the company a judgement in the case back in August.
The order states Thug is to pay damages totaling $39,500 and an additional $150,000 for a grand total of $189,500 plus interest at the rate of 12% per annum until paid in full.
Then recently, the company headed to Georgia Court and filed new legal docs to register the out-of-state judgement. They explain Thug hasn’t paid them a dime of the $189k owed from the court order.
The Duelle Network Group is taking the first step in the process of seizing or placing liens against Thug’s property and assets … which is the reason they filed suit in Georgia, where the rapper resides. They are seeking to not only be paid the $189,500 judgement but interest in the amount of $7,663.07 … due to the amount growing every day Thug doesn’t pay up.