Lil Wayne may have to add $80,682.45 to the $2 million he's already been ordered to pay Signature Group.
The $80K is what his legal team Garbett, Allen & Roza is suing him for. The rapper paid the $12K retainer fee to the lawyers who represented him in the case, but hasn't coughed up another penny, according to TMZ.
As we previously reported, Signature accused Weezy of initially compensating them $55,000 a month, per their 3-year agreement, then suddenly stopping the payments. They continued doing business with him until the bill hit $1 million. At which time they decided to take him to court.
After late fees were applied the bill ballooned to $1.8 million. In September a judge ordered him to pay that amount, plus $200K for the company's lawyers fees.