Maher Jridi — who dressed Minaj for her “Regret in Your Tears” music video — says he developed what he “believed was a friendship” with the singer over the past year.
Instead she “created a serious financial hardship for Jridi,” he says in a new Manhattan Supreme Court suit.
A company called Cloak Wardrobe has come after Jridi for nearly $13,000 to replace apparel that Minaj wore but never returned, the suit says.
She also owes Jridi for other styling work, according to court papers. She’s ignored his attempts to resolve the matter out of court, the suit says.