Prince’s Estate has emerged victorious in their lawsuit against a producer who they say had no right to release some Prince tunes after his death.
The estate sued George Ian Boxill after he attempted to release an EP of unreleased Prince tunes called “Deliverance” last year. In April a judge ruled that by doing so he was in breach of contract, and now he’s been ordered to pay the estate $3,960,287.65 for damages, costs and attorney’s fees.
Boxill also must return any Prince-related materials that he got during his time working for Prince’s estate.
Source: The Blast