According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a New York judge has set a hearing for January 22, 2020. The judge ordered Vince to appear in the case brought by Sony Music. Sony Music is attempting to collect on a $4 million judgment from a separate legal battle. They accuse him of not paying a dime on the debt.
The music company provided evidence they served Vince at his business address. Vince has yet to respond to the case or show up to court. He is close to having his money seized by Sony.
Vince is a music producer who worked with Sony Music. The label ended up suing Herbert in 2017 over unpaid advances. In their original lawsuit, Sony Music said Vince was hired to find new artists.
They paid him an advance which was to be recouped with music sales. They claim he failed to pay back the advances as promised. They sued seeking millions in damages.
Vince blew off the case and was hit with a default judgment of $3,738,515.93.