Judge agrees to seal court documents that could 'seriously injure' Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga was involved in some covert legal wrangling this summer, and it didn't involve sealing the master tapes for ARTPOP. What was the big secret? No one knows, but something was a big deal for her.
A judge has agreed to seal court documents from a lawsuit between her former boyfriend and producer Rob Fusari and their friend Wendy Starland, TMZ reports. The site says that something that has not yet been filed was on the way, and she and Fusari wanted to make sure it wouldn't see light outside a courtroom.
Starland sued Fusari in 2010 over money Starland felt she was owed for discovering Gaga, but the performer asked in July to seal the documents to prevent "sensitive, private and personal" information that would "inflict significant personal and professional harm" on her. The judge has agreed, saying the secret would "seriously injure" Gaga.
We're not buying the Internet conspiracy of a sex change, because that's old hat. We're more inclined to believe another persistent rumor that there's a baby involved, or drug dealing, or a baby dealing drugs. In any event, we probably won't know until long after Gaga is dead and gone, but theorizing all day long is what the Internet was made for.