Bryson Tiller’s Ex-Manager Suing Singer’s Current Management Team
Bryson Tiller is caught in the middle of a legal war between two managers. TMZ is reporting that Tiller’s ex-manager, Steven J. Dorn, has filed a lawsuit against the singer’s current management team for monies that he claims he’s owed.
In his suit, Dorn claims that he played an integral part in Tiller’s success by covering his living expenses, child support payments, car insurance and even securing studio time for him. Dorn alleges that he was pushed out of managing the “Exchange” singer by his current lawyer.
Dorn says Tiller agreed to pay him back and also split any future royalties evenly with him. But Dorn states in his lawsuit that the deal went sour in 2015 when Tiller's attorney fired him without warning.
The silver lining in all of this is that Tiller is not mentioned in the lawsuit. So this is strictly a legal battle between two opposing managers.
Lawsuit aside, Tiller is vying for a golden gramophone with his Grammy nomination for Best R&B Song for "Exchange." In addition, the 24-year-old singer is currently working on his follow-up to TRAPSOUL called True To Self.