Lawsuit Against Dr. Dre Heading To Michigan Supreme Court
[AllHipHop News] A Detroit councilman continues to pursue a lawsuit against Dr. Dre, stemming from a controversial concert in 2000 in Detroit, where a confrontation with police was captured on film and used in a hit DVD.
The Supreme Court of Michigan will hear oral arguments from both lawyers today, in regards to the lawsuit, which was originally filed in 2000, shortly after the release of the Up In Smoke DVD.
Councilman Gary Brown was a police official working the backstage area of the “Up in Smoke Tour” when a meeting was taped backstage at the Joe Louis Arena between officials and producers of the show.
The tour ran into difficulties in Detroit and Auburn Hills, over the showing of a sexually explicit video that also included a shootout.
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