Damon Dash is fighting a family law custody battle with ex-wife Linda Williams over their son Damon Dash II. Dash has not seen his son in four weeks after Williams pick up the boy for a weekend visit and never returned him. The child’s whereabouts are currently unknown.
A recent court order filed against Williams to return Dash II was ignored, and now the judge has ordered a bench warrant to bring Williams in.
Tim McGraw is currently dealing with a lawsuit filed by Texan James Martinez who claims that the tune from his original song “Anytime, Anywhere Amanda” was stolen and incorporated into McGraw’s smash hit “Everywhere”. Martinez further alleges that because some of McGraw’s songs use similar titles to his songs, that is also stealing.
The copyright infringement lawsuit was filed last year in Texas, for a sum of $20 million, but has been dragged out and is finally seeing the light of a courtroom… but in Nashville instead, where McGraw lives. McGraw’s attorneys say Martinez’s claims are “totally without merit.”
More to come on this exciting battle of the redneck rockers!
A-Rod plans to hold his wife Cynthia to their prenup arrangement, which is said to be heavily in Alexander’s favor, and calls the allegations of infidelity “immaterial and impertinent” to the divorce, though he does not deny that they are true. A-Rod has already said that he will pay child support to their two kids.