Music producer Vincent Herbert attends the BET Celebration of Gospel 2013 at Orpheum Theatre on March 16, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.

Music producer Vincent Herbert attends the BET Celebration of Gospel 2013 at Orpheum Theatre on March 16, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.

*Tamar Braxton’s husband’ger, Vincent Herbert, was hit with a $3 million plus lawsuit from Sony Music after he allegedly refused to fork over millions of dollars that he owed the label.

According to The Jasmine Brand, Sony filed for a default judgment against Herbert after he allegedly failed to show up in court to address the allegations. Last year, the label accused him of reneging on a deal after they paid him a $5 million advance. The label is now looking to recoup.

Back in 2013, Sony Music and Streamline Records reached a deal in which Herbert would be paid for new artists that he brought in. He reportedly received a $5 million advance from Sony against future profits, with the understanding that he would direct Interscope Records to make payments directly to Sony as their joint venture turned a profit.

Under the deal, Herbert was directed to sign two artists per year. His wife, Tamar Braxton, was the first artist, and received $1 million for recording her first album. But then, in 2015, Herbert told Interscope to stop sending payments to Sony, according to the suit, even though Sony had only been paid $1,528,315.

Now, they are asking for the remaining $3,471,685 back.