Singer Taylor Swift is in a five-year-long battle with a former manager who says he helped her get her start and when she got her break, he was left with nothing.
Dan Dymtrow has been after the singer and her company for years and says it was time to take it to the courts and let them decide.
Scott and Andrea Swift, Taylor's parents who helped break up her romance with Taylor Lautner, say they owe Dymtrow nothing. They claim that Taylor didn't become a hit until nearly a year after they had fired the manager.
They allegedly told The Daily Blabbermouth (in an article coming out next week) that Taylor was underage anyway and that she wasn't able to legally sign any such contracts that Dymtrow is hinting about.
Dymtrow however, maintains that he helped Taylor develop her talents and that the parents only let him go because they were cutting a deal with a big company.
Meanwhile, Taylor Swift hasn't told the press anything about the whole situation.
However, jumping to her defense, Kayne West told the Blabbermouth, "Taylor Swift is a great singer and a great person! She don't need all this jibber-jabber and court crap. Let her sing! LET HER SING!!!! You seen her latest video?"