Jermaine Dupri Ordered to Drop $79,000 Over Lamborghini Lawsuit

Jermaine Dupri Ordered to Drop $79,000 Over Lamborghini Lawsuit

So So Def founder accused of skipping out on car payments.

Published July 23, 2013

It's been two years since Jermaine Dupri drove his Lamborghini Murcielago, but that doesn't mean he gets to stop making payments. A judge ordered the Atlanta producer to cover the nearly $80,000 balance left on the car, this according to TMZ.

Dupri must fork over the remaining $79,095 on his $300,000 luxury vehicle, repo'd in 2011 following a lawsuit from the dealership, Premier Financial Services.

The suit was filed against the So So Def founder on June 18, and a judge ruled in the dealership's favor, citing that the 40-year-old had disregarded the legal paperwork.

This huge car note is the latest in a growing stack of bills bearing Dupri's name. Aside from recurring tax liens ($3 million of which were taken care of in February), the Atlanta native may be forced to part with his So So Def song catalog in order to settle a multi-million dollar defaulted loan.

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Written by Latifah Muhammad


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