Producer In Hot Water After Losing Breach Of Contract Suit
Rocko has been ordered to pay back more than $30,000 after he blew off challenging a breach of contract judgment in court, BOSSIP has learned.
The Fulton County Court has issued a writ of execution against the Atlanta producer for $33,106 after he ended up on the losing end of a breach of contract suit lodged by a man named Charles L. Dennis.
Dennis alleged that Rocko broke the terms of a deal between the pair in 2013, and a judge ordered them to attend arbitration. The arbitrator ruled in favor of Dennis, ruling that Rocko needed to pay back a total of $33,106 – which included damages of $13,000 and arbitration fees of almost $10,000. Dennis then sued the “U.O.E.N.O.” rapper to enforce the judgment, but Rocko never bothered showed up to court to defend himself at the judgment hearing.
However, it’s been almost three years since the judgment, and Rocko still apparently hasn’t paid up. So recently, Dennis’ lawyer got the courts to issue a writ against Rocko, authorizing the Sheriff to collect the debt and seize Rocko’s property and bank accounts in order to satisfy the judgment.
We reached out to Dennis’ lawyer for comment.