In October 1998, Seacer (along with Tony M.) filed a lawsuit against Prince, claiming that Prince hadn't shared royalties that Levi and Tony were owed for songs they had co-written for Prince's NPG Publishing, including "Sexy M.F." and "My Name Is Prince". In the end Mosely and Seacer settled for approximately $40,000 each (apparently, not even enough to pay their legal expenses), having sued Prince for $800,000. (source: http://groups.google.com/group/alt.music.prince/msg/41f781b47323b648)
Former `Daily Show' writer has Whoopi in her corner; Lizz Winstead appreciates having a heavy-hitter such as Goldberg as selling point for sitcom project.(NEWS)
Oct 20, 1998; Lizz Winstead, late of Comedy Central's "Daily Show," is developing a sitcom with Brian Unger and Whoopi Goldberg. "We'll find...