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Lawsuits are no laughing matter for pop group LMFAO, which reportedly is being sued by management firm RPM GRP for breach of contract.
The company filed a lawsuit in California's Santa Monica Superior Court against LMFAO members Stefan “Redfoo'” Gordy and Skyler “SkyBlu” Gordy, according to reports. The pair is accused of signing a contract with RPM in 2008, then dropping their managers after LMFAO's career went "from 0 to 60."
The poofy-haired pop performers—who are related to Motown Records founder Berry Gordy Jr.—are best known for their hits "Party Rock Anthem" and "Sexy and I Know It."
LMFAO appeared to be taking news of their legal troubles in stride. Gossip website TMZ showed Mr. “Redfoo” Gordy posing for pictures with a process server, who delivered the lawsuit Thursday on the set of "American Idol" in Los Angeles.
A woman injured while enjoying sex in a motel room during a work-related trip is entitled to workers compensation benefits, an Australian judge ruled Thursday.