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LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson, members on 's self-titled debut and 's The Writing's on the Wall, filed a federal lawsuit in Houston that claims, in part, that the song "Survivor" makes unflattering comments toward them, according to their lawyer Warren M.
Such comments would violate an agreement reached in December regarding their first suit, which prohibits each party from making such remarks against the other.
The suit further alleges that, in an interview with E! Luckett and Roberson are seeking a restraining order and injunction to prevent further comments that would violate the agreement.
Sony Music, the parent company of Destiny's Child's label, Columbia Records, is also named in the complaint for breach of contract, defamation, libel and fraud. In MayLuckett and Roberson were sued by Knowles and current member Kelly Rowland, after the estate of Destiny's Child's co-manager, Ann Tillman, sued the group and their current manager, Mathew Knowles, for unpaid management commissions.
The filing of this suit also breached the original agreement, Fitzgerald said, which relinquished all involvement of Luckett and Roberson with the group. Ann Tillman, who helped manage the group from the beginning, died ina year before Destiny's Child's debut album was released.
Columbia Records had no comment on the lawsuit. Neither Mathew Knowles nor his spokespeople returned calls by press time. Tom Fulkerson, a lawyer for Destiny's Child, was quoted in Thursday's Houston Chronicle as saying he thought the lawsuit was "ridiculous.
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