The 25-year-old Texas rapper, real name Megan Pete, sued 1501 Certified Entertainment and label head and former MLB player Carl Crawford, over the contract she signed when she was age 20
The Hot Girl Summer singer was granted a temporary restraining order by a district judge in Harris County, Texas preventing her label from blocking new music she plans to release Friday.
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The temporary restraining order also banned 1501 Certified from attacking or abusing Megan on social media.
The lawsuit was seeking at least $1 million in damages against Crawford and his label.
Megan during an Instagram Live video on Sunday said 1501 Certified was not allowing her to drop any new music.
Megan also claimed that former Major League Baseball player Crawford has been using his relationship with Rap-A-Lot Records founder James Prince, 54, for intimidation purposes.
She alleged in the lawsuit that Crawford pressured a producer to provide music by saying Prince would be angry otherwise.
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