AceShowbiz - Nicki Minaj's ex-stylist is requesting a U.S. judge throw out her countersuit over disputed finances, insisting there is no truth to the rapper's allegations.
Maher Jridi launched legal action against the hip-hop star in October, claiming he had been stuck with a bill of almost $74,000 (£58,600) from his suppliers because she had failed to return designer items that he had rented for Nicki to choose her outfits from for a series of events in 2017, including Paris Fashion Week in France.
He demanded Minaj repay him to cover the cost of the invoice, but she recently fired back with her own lawsuit, arguing the Frenchman is the one who owes her money because she had overpaid him by $12,000 (£9,500) for his services.
In her court papers, Minaj claimed the fashion expert had reportedly acknowledged the excess payment and promised to return the cash, but reneged on the agreement.
Jridi denied her accusations, and is now petitioning the judge overseeing the dispute to shut down Minaj's suit and allow his original case to continue, according to The Blast.
A ruling has yet to be made.