Nicki Minaj To Be Questioned By Ex-Stylist About Alleged Unreturned Clothes

Nicki Minaj is set to be grilled under oath about allegations she refused to return borrowed designer clothes to her former stylist.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a New York judge has ordered Minaj to sit for a deposition by September 6, as part of her legal battle with her ex-stylist Maher Jridi. The judge also ordered Minaj to hand over all documents requested by Jridi. The documents note the rapper has “not yet produced responsive documents.”

During the deposition, Jridi and his legal team will be able to grill the singer about the allegations in his complaint.


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Last year, Jridi sued Minaj first, accusing her of refusing to return expensive clothes he had borrowed from a third party.

The stylist says he worked with Minaj during 2017 and claims to have rented a bunch of outfits from a wardrobe company for her. He claims to have spent thousands on the rental clothes but never was reimbursed.

In his suit, he explained since he never returned the clothing, the company sued him and won a $74k judgment. The stylist accused Minaj of refusing to pay the bill and causing him emotional damage.

Minaj counter-sued him claiming she overpaid him to the tune of $12,000 and said he promised to repay but never did. She denied his claims of refusing to return clothes and demanded his suit be dismissed.

Jridi will also have to sit for a deposition, where Minaj will get to question him about her allegedly overpaying him.

Both cases are still ongoing.


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