Sonya Miller Sues Son Romeo, Claiming Master P Is Using Him To Hide Assets – Tha Wire [VIDEO]
According to TMZ the bitter divorce between Master P and his soon to be ex-wife, Sonya Miller just got even worse. The two have been fighting over money and assets made from No Limit Records, property, cars and more for a couple of years. Now their son Romeo has been dragged into the ongoing battle. TMZ reports Mrs. Miller is suing her son, because she believes his dad is using him to hide assets.
As part of the divorce Sonya Miller filed legal docs last year demanding a 40% cut of their total community assets which reportedly value $178,743,300. Also included in the suit are 31 properties, 13 cars, 45 companies, and variety of less important things. Mrs. Miller says she co-founded No Limit with P in the 90's and is suing to collect a $67 million parting gift when it's all said and done.
Fast forward, AllHipHop reports Romeo Miller is listed as co-founder of P's new label, No Limit Forever. Sonya Miller has a problem with that in more ways than one, because if her son is listed as the owner and founder of the company that means she has no rights to the label or it's money. So basically Mrs. Miller sees this as a ploy by Master P, claiming he changed the name of their company and using their son to cut her off from collecting any monies.
Finally Mrs. Miller also wants her cut from the family reality show, Master P’s Family Empire. Peep the trailer below.
In case your haven't heard the show is coming to Reelz network Nov. 28. So, be on the look out. Anyway according to AllHipHop, Miller claims P is also blocking her from collecting money from the show. The No Limit mogul was allegedly paid $750,000 for the first season and Miller claims that she can't get a dime of it, because their son is listed on the payroll documents as well.
It's a mess. Keep you posted as always and hopefully they can find a way to work this out. In the meantime LISTEN LIVE to Tha Wire twice a day, every weekday at 12:50 p.m. and 3:35 p.m on The Peoples Station 107 Jamz.