Lil Kim and Foxy Brown are reportedly being sued by New York publisher over books they never delivered.
According to Bloomberg, Simon & Schuster claim they paid Foxy Brown $75,000 in 2005 to turn in an autobiography called Broken Silence by February 2006.
Lil' Kim was paid $40,000 in 2003 for a novel that was due by June 2004.
After signing the book deals, both women were imprisoned for several months. Lil' Kim went to prison in 2005 for lying about a shooting. Brown was locked up last year for violating probation arising from a fight with two manicurists.
“Both accepted the money, and both books never were delivered,” S&S spokesman Adam Rothberg told Bloomberg.