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Nicki Minaj SUED by Former Stylist for STEALING Clothes

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Nicki has found herself in some boiling hot water after a former stylist of hers is SUING her for roughly $74, 000 and it was all because Nicki didn’t return the clothes he provided for her to wear.
According to TMZ, Maher Jridi – the man claiming to be Nicki’s stylist in 2017 – said in his lawsuit against Nicki that he dropped thousands of dollars to rent clothes for her. However, since she failed to return the items, he got stuck with an even bigger bill than he had anticipated.
The lawsuit stated that a company called Cloak Wardrobe came after Maher for nearly $13,000 to replace the clothes that he rented for Nicki. On top of the $13k that he had to spend out of pocket, Maher is also claiming that Nicki owes him for other styling work and included that amount in the lawsuit as well.
In the lawsuit, Maher said the whole ordeal has been emotionally painful for him. He said that Nicki QUOTE, “created a serious financial hardship for Jridi” and even revealed that he tried to resolve the matter out of court but Nicki and her team ignored him. Yikes.
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