Judge orders Damon Dash to appear in court for deposition
A judge has ordered Damon Dash to appear for a deposition in a case that alleges he ripped a director off a movie. Dash is most famous for co-founding the music label Roc-A-
According to Page Six, Dash was due to continue his deposition on November 20 in a case brought against him by director Josh Webber over a flick called “Dear Frank”; but he was a no-show.
Now the judge has issued an order to Dash giving him one last shot to turn up “no later than the end of January 2021.”
If he fails to show again, he will lose his case and a “default judgment will be entered in favor of Plaintiffs,” according to the order, seen by Page Six.
Dame’s attorney defended his no show saying the businessman’s wife gave birth to their newborn son, and the birth was sooner than they both expected.
The opposing attorney in this case is Chris Brown.
Footage from a previous deposition went viral as Dash called Brown a “culture vulture,” made fun of his clothes and threatened to “ruin [him] as a lawyer.”
I’m so uninspired by his energy and his outfits. The lack of taste to be in court for something this minor and then have to look at this type of s–t is disgusting to me … If you’re going to try and rob me, just do it fly,” he told the outlet earlier this year.