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Prince Sued by Former Law Firm

As reported by the NY Daily News, the artist, better known as Prince, is being sued by his former Manhattan law firm for $700,000 in legal fees.  The firm, Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, represented the "The Artist" in his divorce and several other matters. 

The Manhattan Supreme Court suit says Prince, whose full name is Prince Rogers Nelson, paid only $125,000 for the firm's legal services.

"Nonetheless, the Nelson Parties have failed to pay an additional $708,687.04  due to PBWT," the suit says. "PBWT has repeatedly but unsuccessfully requested payment frm the Nelson Parties."

A lawyer for the firm did not return a call, while Prince could not be reached for comment at his Paisley Park Enterprises headquarters in Minnesota.

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