There’s some trouble for reality show producer Mona Scott-Young. In a lawsuit, filed on Monday (March 10, 2014), the creator and executive producer of “Love and Hip Hop” reality series is being sued by 8th Ward Entertainment.
Scott-Young along with VH1, MTV, Viacom and Monami Productions is being sued for copyright infringement, fraud, breach of contract, and breach of confidence for the idea of the popular reality show.
Tattletailzz.com reports, “8th Wonder Entertainment, Nicki Lum-Davis, Trisha Lum represented by attorney James Bryant are suing Mona Scott Young, her production company Monami for Love & Hip Hop, VH1, MTV Networks and Viacom for $50 million dollars…”
This is said to be the largest copyright infringement case in Reality TV history.
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