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The-Dream and Christina Milian Clash Over Justin Bieber Publishing Rights

R&B producer promised Milian 10 percent of his share of Bieber's hit 'Baby' in divorce settlement

February 2, 2011 10:35 AM ET
Christina Milian and The-Dream in happier times
Christina Milian and The-Dream in happier times
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The-Dream and Christina Milian are fighting over their divorce settlement, which includes The-Dream giving the singer 10 percent of his publishing interest in Justin Bieber's hit "Baby." The-Dream co-wrote the song with Bieber, Milian, Tricky Stewart and Ludacris.

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According to TMZ, Milian is attempting to renegotiate the settlement with demands for more money and a larger percentage of the "Baby" publishing rights. As a result, The-Dream is threatening to cancel the agreement altogether. This may not be possible, since documents are on file in Georgia detailing the estranged couple's settlement.

Bieber in the Middle of Dream/Milian Divorce Battle [TMZ]

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