Loretta Lynn's former longtime manager Lane Cross is suing her for more than $200,000. They parted about a year ago. Lane's lawyer said ''he was unceremoniously booted out after seven years of loyal service,'' but Loretta's folks say he left on his own, according to the Tennessean.
In the lawsuit filed in Davidson County Chancery Court, Cross claims that Lynn owes him thousands of dollars for his percentages of concerts he arranged and copies sold of Lynn's album Still Woman Enough and future album sales he had a hand in.
Lynn is now self-managed.