The 22-year-old singer JoJo has finally sued her record label, Blackground Records.
According to the New York Daily News, JoJo has filed a lawsuit against Da Family Records and Blackground Records claiming that under New York State law, minors cannot sign contracts that last more than seven years.
JoJo and her parents signed a contract in 2004 when she was 12. She argues that her contract was up in March 2011.
JoJo has had a highly-publicized battle with her label and has not released a commercial album since 2006′s The High Road.
Her fans have written to Blackground and organized “Free JoJo” movements on Twitter to bring awareness to her label situation.