Composer Wins $44 Million In Usher's "Bad Girl" Demand
The great return of the investment.
Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia, composer is finally reaping the benefits of what he asserts that he was due on the second best selling album of the last decade.
Billboard reports that last week in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court jury awarded Daniel Marino million for a song that, in large measure, by putting the hook of the guitar, tempo and chord progression called a "Club Girl", which became Usher "Bad Girl" of his monster 2004 album, Confessions.
Sea former co-writer William Guice was ordered to pay $6.75 million dollars in compensatory damages, $20.25 million in punitive damages and co-accused Dante Barton Destro Music Productions agreed to disburse more than $17.35 million.
This, ladies and gentlemen, brings the grand total of $44.35 million.
Luckily for the, now 40 years old, superstar, none of the schillings will have to come from your piggy bank, for he was not named in the lawsuit.