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Flo Rida Served Via Facebook

03:01 PM Wednesday 5/16/12 |   |

The New South Wales District Court, which last month ordered Flo Rida to pay $80,000 to promoters of the Fat As Butter festival, set a watershed legal precedent for Australia.

  • Flo Rida

    Amway Center, Orlando, Fla.
    February 26, 2012

    (AP Photo)

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Lawyers for promoter Mothership Music complained they were unable serve him personally with papers in Melbourne when he performed at TV awards ceremony The Logies.

“His large entourage and security” prevented their process server from getting close enough to Flo Rida, Neville & Hourn principal Matthew Hourn said.

The Court decreed he could be served through his Facebook page.

Mothership sued after the rapper canceled the Oct. 11 event in Newcastle two hours before his set.

Flo Rida told AllHipHop.com he was not provided with transport. Mothership’s version is different.


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