Garth Brooks shut down in court

Garth Brooks recently suffered a legal setback in a lawsuit I told you about back in April.

Garth is currently being sued by an ex-employee named Lisa Sanderson who worked for Brooks for 20 years and says that he owes her $425,000 in back wages. She also claims in her lawsuit that Garth is a "paranoid, angry, deceitful and vindictive man who will turn against those closest to him on a dime."

Garth had attempted to have the lawsuit against him moved to federal court, but according to RadarOnline, his request was shut down last month and the case was remanded to Los Angeles Superior Court.

"That a loss for Garth," a source told Radar. "His argument was shot down by the court."

There's no word on when Garth will get his day in court, but I'll bring you more info whenever I hear anything. 

[Radar/Legal documents]

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