MIAMI — The club may not be able to handle singer Flo Rida right now, but a Pennsylvania law firm believes it can.
Flo, under his real name of Tramar Dillard, 37, just got sued in a Miami-Dade County circuit court over his alleged failure to pay $52,517.52 in legal bills.
According to the paperwork, the singer of My House and Wild Ones ran up the legal tab, which was filed with the court and is more than 40 pages long, between August 2012 and May 2017.
Why would the white-shoe Philadelphia lawfirm of Billet & Hillsley work for Flo for five years without, as the lawsuit claims, ever getting a penny?
That’s not discussed in the suit filed Aug. 7.
But what’s discussed is the fact three lawyers charging between $250 an hour and $200 an hour are still waiting for their paycheck after allegedly working on a civil court action against Flo in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
That complaint was initiated by Lauren Wackley. Like thousands of women every year, Flo Rida invited her on stage to dance to his Low song during a 2010 show, and she claims she fell off the stage and broke a bone. She asked for $300,000 in damages.
No comment from the Billet lawfirm that claims Flo didn’t pay his bills, and Flo Rida’s local lawyer.