Miami, FL – Earlier this week, Birdman had to feel the brunt of social media following the reveal of his latest collaboration with Lugz. Now, the Cash Money co-founder has to remain worried about a $300,000 lawsuit regarding unpaid wages to an alleged former employee.
According to The Miami Herald, Miami-Dade County Circuit Court Judge Rodney Smith recently tossed out Bryan William’s motion to have the suit from Javier Nuno dismissed.
Initially, a security guard working at the rapper/music executive’s $15 million Palm Island mansion received the paperwork from the process server and Birdman said the procedure wasn’t executed properly. However, Smith apparently thought it was good enough.
“You can’t serve a security guard,” Birdman’s attorney Alan Soven said. “You can’t serve the maid or the gardener. You have to serve someone who lives at the house, and I can promise you the security guard doesn’t live in Bryan’s mansion.”
Nuno said he “worked like a dog” and punched in upwards of 70 hours some weeks.
Regardless, Soven said Nuno was never under payroll of Birdman and lived on the property for two years after the exec bought the mansion before they found out he was