Pop star Pink is facing legal action from producers who worked on her debut album.
Executives at a company called Specialists Entertainment filed a lawsuit in New York City last month alleging the singer signed a deal with them and another firm, Thunderstone Productions, to work on songs for her first record, 2000's "Can't Take Me Home." Specialists Entertainment executives claim the deal guaranteed them a portion of royalties and they are now suing over allegations they have not received any money from the album's title track and another song called "Hiccup." They are demanding $36,213.
A representative for Pink tells TMZ, "Sony (the record label) are responsible for paying the producers."