Just days after learning that a man alleged to be a former lover and producer with credits on her Platinum-plus selling debut “The Fame” had filed suit, Lady Gaga is firing back with the help of an attorney. In documents uncovered late Friday, Lady Gaga’s attorney, Charles Ortner, calls the man, Rob Fusari’s lawsuit “unlawful”. As previously reported, Fusari believes the Grammy winner should pay some $30.5 million in damages after leaving him high and dry when she signed with Interscope Records, minus payments totalling just over $611,000. Much of Fusari’s case is based on a business partnership with the “Bad Romance” singer. Formed in 2006, Fusari says Team Love Child LLC was created to promote Lady Gaga as an artist, with his share of the company being 20 percent. According to Lady Gaga’s attorney, Charles Ortner, Fusari and his company violated statutes that prohibited them from “acting as employment agents without a license and charging Lady Gaga an unlawful fee for their purported services.” Developing….
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