Remy Ma has agreed to turn over her financial records to the court in a legal battle involving Vincent Herbert.
This comes after Remy Ma refused to turn them over and was eventually threatened by a judge to hand them over "or she would face consequences."
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, new mom Remy is willing to play ball to avoid being sanctioned after a New York judge found her in contempt for blowing off a subpoena relating to her work with Tamar Braxton's ex-husband, Vince Herbert.
Remy gave birth last week and was rushed to the hospital just two days after giving birth to have more surgery. The last thing she needs is any legal problems. Remy is requesting that the deadline be pushed back to January 31, 2019, to allow her time to produce all of the info they are requesting. This was granted with the label taking her recent life changes into consideration.
Here's what The Blast is reporting:
The judge gave Remy Ma a month to answer all questions regarding projects she worked on with Vince and how much money he may be owed on any of their joint work. The rapper was also ordered to hand to the court any money she owes to Vince so it can be turned over to LDNX. Remy was managed by Vince until earlier this year when they split ways. Earlier this year, LDNX Records filed court docs explaining they have been trying to collect on $380k owed to them by Vince Herbert and demanded the music exec be found in contempt of court, along with Lady Gaga, Remy, and Interscope Records.
The music company won a judgment against Vince in 2017 after suing him over a business deal gone south. They claim to have not been paid a dime from Vince and are trying to figure out the sources of his income, so they can seize the money until the $380k is satisfied. LDNX accused Gaga, Remy Ma and the record label of failing to provide complete and accurate answers to the information they demanded from the subpoena. LDNX demanded sanctions against Gaga and Vince, along with Remy. Gaga eventually turned over the requested information and they are no longer seeking sanctions or contempt against her.
The case is ongoing.