Dame Dash’s legal troubles continue with another defamation lawsuit

Dame Dash has since found herself in more legal trouble Dear Frank Director Josh Webber has filed a new defamation lawsuit against him over comments he made about the film Earn your free time podcast in March. Webber initially filed the lawsuit in April, but Dash was not served until Tuesday. During the podcast, Dash claimed that Webber “stole” from him by referencing the $1 million judgment he won in 2022.

“I had a judgement. And I knew this jerk Chris Brown (pause) and Josh Webber (pause) and Muddy Waters… Chris Brown the lawyer. I went through four lawsuits with the same lawyer… What I lost was defamation because these guys triggered me and stole my sh*t… you think there is freedom of speech, but there really isn’t…” he said on the podcast, as noted by HipHopDX. With the lawsuit, Webber argues that the accusation caused him to lose a $4 million contract to direct a film starring Billy Bob Thornton and Scott Eastwood.

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Dame Dash attends the premiere of “The Prince of Detroit”.

DETROIT, MICHIGAN – JUNE 23: Entrepreneur/CEO Damon Dash during “The Prince Of Detroit” Detroit. Premiering at Detroit Music Hall on June 23, 2023 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Monica Morgan/Getty Images)

A judge previously ordered Dash to sell his shares in Roc-A-Fella Records after he was unable to pay an over $800,000 judgment earlier this year. According to HipHopDX, When Dash tried to auction them off himself, Webber’s attorney Christopher Brown warned potential buyers that the Office of Child Support Services had “added a lien to the auction in the amount of $123,562.37 for unpaid child support and that Mr. Dash had a judgment against him has. the case Bunn v. Dash, 20-07389 for $30,000.00 pending in California. This will also be added. Buyer Beware when it comes to Damon Dash. My office and the US Marshal are in control of this process. I am negotiating with various entities to sell the judgments at the center of the auction. The parties wishing to purchase the judgments fully intend to complete the auction process.”

Watch Webber’s latest complaint against the Roc-A-Fella co-founder above. Stay tuned for further updates on Dame Dash HotNewHipHop.

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