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Woman Claims Talent Agent Owes Her $44K

MANHATTAN (CN) - A woman claims Quincey Morris, agent and partner of James Harris aka "Talent," owes her $43,400 that he charged to her credit card. Harris is co-host of the KISS-FM's syndicated radio show "Showtime at the Apollo."

Morris and Harris co-own defendants Robinhood Entertainment and The Family Entertainment Group, Tamaile Stephenson claims in New York County Court.

She claims that Morris ran up bills on her credit card while the two of them "maintained a relationship." She says the bill is $43,414 plus 15% interest. She wants the money, plus costs. She is represented by Jasmine Overton Edwards of Brooklyn.

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