Rap mogul Master P is facing another lawsuit from a number of film crew members who allege he's still failed to pay them for work on his 2003 movie Uncle P.
The hip-hop heavyweight was sued by several workers in 2005 for failing to pay out more than $240,000 (£150,000), and a judge ruled against the star.
But now the former staff are filing suit again after Master P, real name Percy Miller, allegedly failed to pay out the money he was ordered to hand over.
His former employees have taken their case to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Los Angeles in a bid to collect the cash, reports Tmz.com.
Editors at the website claim the crew members are hoping Miller will be forced into bankruptcy so an independent trustee will have to take over his assets and cover his debts.
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