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Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Courthouse News Service
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Movie Music

LOS ANGELES - Wells and Jeta Entertainment claims it paid $100,000 to Paradigm Management Group and Vassal Benford, which promised they could get Alicia Keys, Lionel Richie and other top acts to record music for the movie "Niger Delta," but they didn't, and they defamed Wells and Jeta as well.

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