Did Sterling Void forge Cleveland P Jones’s signature on this contract?

Back in early June, you may recall that I wrote a post about some rather dubious business practices that Sterling Void seemed to be engaged in. I came across allegations of releasing records without the proper permissions, claims of failing to pay artists and singers for their work, rumours of taking the money and doing a runner, amongst others.

It caused quite a stir at the time. It’s one of the most viewed posts in this page’s history. I have to admit I held back many of the details at the time, as his girlfriend had just been killed in a car accident. As much as I think people should be held to account for their actions, doing so before her funeral was something I was extremely uncomfortable about.

Further allegations have now emerged, and this one is probably the most serious yet. Sterling Void and Cleveland P Jones have done a few tracks together, including the unreleased “Power Of Music” that I was actually asked to remix. That’s the only reason I know about it.

Jones published a few months ago the fact he would not be doing any more house music projects. He cites the lack of financial reward as a reason. I suspected at the time there was more to the story – and I wasn’t wrong. Yesterday afternoon, he posted the following on his personal Facebook page…

“When you wake up to see your name was forged on a contract you NEVER received to sign and the person listed in the contract for signing your name on a contract I never authorized, it’s again #TimesUp, Sir!”

You can read the full statement on his page. I’ve included the photo of the contract with the seemingly forged signature of Cleveland P Jones.

Sterling Void, for what it’s worth, denies the allegations.


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