Julia Braham in trouble again for unfinished project valued at US$4500
By: Christopher Icey Jace Campbell
In what has turned out to be the talk of the industry last week, the Julia Braham Saga continues - this time with another well known industry veteran claiming the young video director’s lack of professionalism caused loss in promotional revenue.
Mark Pinnock C.E.O of Natural Bridge Records home to Dancehall artists Mr. Peppa, Ward-21, Konshens, Aisha, Timber-lee and Tifa is the latest plaintiff to accuse Braham of improprieties. Pinnock who read the previous OutAroad.com exclusive with DJ Assassin’s Manager Gareth Campbell says “it's not the first time she has done something like this”.
With invoices prepared by his company dated from as far back as June 19th he says Braham has taken his money and to date a video has not been presented. Speaking to OutAroad.com at his Dumbarton Ave Studios Pinnock insists that his only reason for coming forward is because he wants it to be known that Assassin’s camp is not the only victim that has been scarred by the hands of her unscrupulous behavior . “This is not something we at Natural Bridge normally do, we are a company of professionals and by no means are we trying to tarnish her career but if this is the only means of garnering her attention then so be it - instead of Julia complaining she needs to provide us with some form of reimbursement for the unfinished project valued at US$4500.