Film Fridays – Dame Dash and Lee Daniels settle $5 million lawsuit over loan for 2005 film, ‘Shadowboxer’

In June, Dame Dash confronted Lee Daniels at Diana Ross’ Hollywood Bowl show in Los Angeles about the $2 million he loaned him to fund his 2005 film, Shadowboxer. After the video of the altercation circulated the Internet, Daniels swore to right his wrongs.

After the altercation, Dash filed a $5 million lawsuit for interest and lost profits. TMZ reports that they have come to an agreement.

The amount Daniels paid is unknown.

– Excerpt from an article written for The Source. Find the full article here

 

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