Rapper Dok2 was able to finally smile as he won the lawsuit against him filed by a Jewelry company on the complaint that Dok2 did not pay over 34,000 USD in jewelry purchases.
On July 22nd KST, The Civil Affairs Department 15 of the Seoul Southern District Court held the trial for the lawsuit filed by jewelry company 'A' against Dok2's former agency, Illionaire Records.
On this day, the court rejected the complaint filed by jewelry company 'A' and declared "The plaintiff will bear the cost of the lawsuit". With this Dok2 was able to finally relinquish the suspicions and allegations of not paying for the jewelry purchases.
This legal dispute between Dok2 and jewelry company 'A' started back in October of last year and ended after a long fight of about nine months. At that time, jewelry company 'A' filed a lawsuit against Illionaire Records claiming Dok2 did not pay over 34,700 USD for a jewelry purchase the record label made for a concert.
However, Illionaire Records counter-argued claiming that jewelry company 'A' did not provide any information or invoices for the purchase as they cited the circumstances in which company 'A' violated the California Law in the process of reimbursement.
Meanwhile, Dok2 has recently been under the spotlight for the closure of Illionaire Records. Dok2 is currently residing in the U.S. as he continues to pursue his music career.