Woman Who Sued Death Row Now Target Of Lawsuit
March 18, 2008 at 9:01 AM (PT)
LYDIA HARRIS, the woman who won a $107 million default judgment that sent DEATH ROW RECORDS into bankruptcy, is being sued for fraud and breach of contract, reports ALLHIPHOP.COM. HARRIS assigned the $107 million judgment she won against DEATH ROW RECORDS in 2005 to CONQUEST MEDIA GROUP, in return for a fee of $3 million.
When she assigned the agreement, HARRIS told CMG that she and her husband MICHAEL "HARRY-O" HARRIS, had never filed for bankruptcy. SUGE KNIGHT's attorneys are seeking to have the judgment set aside, after finding out that the HARRIS’ filed for bankruptcy in 1998. CMG is now suing HARRIS for fraud and breach of contract and the company is seeking the return of the $3 million. MICHAEL HARRIS claims he provided $1.5 million in seed money to start the gangsta rap label 1991.