In the world of everyone hiding secrets, some of our favorite celebrities aren’t any different, well, especially that of Lady Gaga. Mother Monster apparently has a few skeletons in her closet (no pun intended) and is looking to keep them there, as some incriminating information can very well surface that could tarnish her career, TMZ reports. However, the “Born This Way” singer has taken legal measures to assure this doesn’t occur by requesting the court conceal information, after the pop star’s former friend and collaborator, Wendy Starland, slapped Gaga’s ex-boyfriend and producer, Rob Fusari, with a lawsuit. In the claim, Starland states that she did not get what was due to her for discovering Gaga. Hmm, what could the info be…Monsters? More down below:
Earlier this week, Gaga filed docs pleading with the court to seal certain information in the Starland/Fusari case. She claims the info is “sensitive, private, and personal.”
Gaga claims that if the info went public, it would “inflict significant personal and professional harm upon” her. She also says that she and Fusari are legally bound to keep the information private as part of a non-disparagement agreement between the two. A judge has yet to rule.