Jhené Aiko is accusing her former manager of exploiting her image for his own personal gain by pretending the two are still working together.
Aiko filed documents, obtained by The Blast, accusing Joshua Williams of falsely acting as her booking agent while she was represented by powerhouse agency ICM.
The "Sativa" singer says Williams used her image to "raise the status and representation" of his various entertainment operations, and even put her face on his website.
Aiko is under representation with ICM and claims the move by Williams tarnished her reputation by making her look complicit in breaching her deal with the agency.
Earlier this year, Williams sued Aiko to get back $53,000 she allegedly owed from expenses plus another $16,000 in regular pay he claims to have racked up.
However, She claims the agent was actually booking luxurious hotels and services for his other clients and then trying to hit up Aiko for reimbursement.
He has not yet responded to her new allegations, and it doesn't sound like the singer is backing down anytime soon.