#Cousins; word on the street is the H-Town Hottie #MegTheeStallion has officially field a lawsuit of $1million dollars on top of a restraining order towards the record label of 1501 Certified Entertainment!
Over the weekend Meg took to her personal social media account of Instagram to inform her followers that the record label is keeping her from releasing any new music despite her wishes. It wasn’t long before #FreeTheStallion became a trending hashtag throughout twitter.
According to Billboard Magazine, Meg also known as Megan Jovon Ruth Pete filled an official suit on Monday highlighting that the label instructed her to not,”release or distribute any of her new music.” She goes on to state that these stipulations “have a devastating impact, and cause irreparable injury.”
Reports read that a Judge has ordered the 1501 record label to, “to do nothing to prevent the release, distribution, and sale of Pete’s new records, to refrain from threatening or posting any threatening any retaliatory social media posts or threats against Pete,” to “refrain from threatening anyone associated with Pete or trying to prevent or limit others from working with Pete” and “to not intentionally falsify, alter, spoil, hide, transfer, or otherwise destroy any documents, evidence or recordings related to Pete in any way.”
Meg’s attorney, Richard Busch, states “We are very happy the Court granted our TRO Application, and thrilled that the world should be able to now hear Megan’s new music on March 6.”