Luciano Apologizes For False Claim That Lawyer Tricked Him Into Signing Album Contract


Reggae star Luciano has issued a public apology for wrongly accusing entertainment attorney Lloyd Stanbury of deceiving him into signing a four-album contract with VP Records over 20 years ago. In a video statement, Luciano clarified that Stanbury was not responsible for drafting the contract or representing him or VP Records legally.

He acknowledged his mistake and expressed remorse for his unfounded accusations. Luciano also asked for understanding from his fans as he tried to make sense of the situation, explaining that he intended to sign for just one album but unknowingly entered into a four-album deal.

Stanbury had previously denied Luciano’s claims, asserting that he merely provided a venue for the contract signing and had no legal involvement in the matter. He warned that Luciano may face legal consequences for defamation.

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