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By theGrio

A Georgia judge has ordered that hip-hop star Bow Wow be arrested on sight and held in custody until he can produce documents in connection to a civil lawsuit.

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TMZ reports that the 24-year-old was ordered to pay almost $100,000 to a tour bus company for not paying his bill. Bow Wow has not yet been taken into custody.

Bow Wow has avoided a civil lawsuit for long enough — and now a judge in Georgia has ordered he be arrested and held in custody until produces documents and information to the other side.

Bow Wow was ordered by a Tennessee court back in 2009 to pay almost $100,000 to a tour bus company for allegedly not paying his bill. The company then took the case to Georgia to try and get the court where Bow Wow lives to enforce the judgment.

He was ordered to produce documents in his home state regarding the lawsuit, which he never did. As a result, the tour company filed a motion to have the rapper held in contempt.

For more on this story, go to theGrio.

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