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Scott Storch Sued for Being Too Faded to Work, Allegedly Blows Paycheck on Fat Lines of Cocaine

Sorry to beat an aggressively dead horse, but drugs are bad.

If you're dumb enough - and you probably are because you're doing drugs in the first place - they will kill you.

And if they don't kill you, they'll make you uglier, dumber, and dead broke. Sure Drugs make you horny, but they also making you worse at sex. You've gotta wonder why anybody does that shit in the first place?

Oh yeah, 'cause they feel fucking awesome. They feel so good, in fact, that you don't really want to do anything else.

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TMZ reports that megaproducer extraordinaire and acclaimed cokehead, Scott Storch, is being sued by a former client over his complete lack of production. And the "alleged" reason for Storch's creative block? We'll give you a clue in the style of Rick Ross: it rhymes with "drugs."

The plaintiff is Treena Ruber, an aspiring vocalist who paid the party boy $30,000 (with another 15K on the way) to produce her music. In turn, Scotty blew fat lines all day (and night), and never wrote a lick of music.

At this point, Storch's Miami Vice -meets-Scarface-party-lifestyle-of-doom has been well-documented. He was even arrested two months ago for a yayo-inspired shit fit in a Vegas hotel!

Frankly, Crossfade can't believe that after all these years, Storch still hasn't cleaned up his act. But at the same time, we're grateful for the content.

Cut 'em wide, cut 'em fat!

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