Lady GaGa's money woes are starting to pile up - the pop star has been accused of allegedly failing to pay royalties to a musician who worked on her debut album THE FAME.
Tommy Kafafian, who began working with the Poker Face hitmaker in 2006, played bass on her highly successful record and also co-wrote her song Disco Heaven.
The guitarist claims he has yet to be paid for his work with the Grammy winner, but he's not looking to take the singer to court.
He says, "I don't wanna sue anybody. It's really not my style.
"I'm just gonna keep moving forward until Lady Gaga can't walk down the street without seeing my face or hearing my music."
Last week (begs15Mar10), Gaga was slapped with a $30 million (£23 million) lawsuit from her former mentor and ex-boyfriend Rob Fusari, amid allegations she cut ties with him once he helped her land a record deal. She has since filed a countersuit against producer Fusari, accusing him of taking advantage of her naivety as a wannabe pop star.