Faith Evans is at the head of a lawsuit from a documentary filmmaker that claims the R&B singer failed to distribute private home videos purchased of her late husband and rapper Notorious B.I.G.

According to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Kaushi Entertainment claims they paid $30,000 for home footage of Biggie -- real name is Christopher Wallace. The exchange was approved in written statements by Evans and other associates of the late rapper's estate. Executives at Kaushi say that although they paid-up, they never received the tapes and are now suing for $1 million dollars in punitive damages for breach of contract.

The Notorious B.I.G and Faith Evans were married in 1994 after meeting at a photo shoot. They had one son together, Christopher Wallace, Jr. in 1996. The couple had a turbulent marriage that led to Faith being at the center of an East Coast-West Coast feud that ended in Wallace's murder in 1997.

In related news, Evans is currently recording material for her highly anticipated sixth album. She also has a new reality series in the works, 'It's All About Faith,' that chronicles her return to the music scene after a five-year hiatus.