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A few weeks ago I reported about a producer that claimed Beyonce was grimey for stealing his song, you can read about that here , well that producer seems to be Lady GaGa`s Ex boyfriend and he is trying to sue the pants off her, not like she wears them anyway.

Rob Fusari says he was squeezed out of Gaga’s lucrative career after he co-wrote some of her songs, came up with her stage name and helped her get a record deal. Fusari’s lawyer hadn’t returned MTV News’ calls for comment by press time; Gaga’s rep also hadn’t commented on the suit.

The producer said Gaga is his protégé and former girlfriend, and she ditched him as her career took off. “All business is personal,” said the lawsuit, filed Wednesday in Manhattan.

Fusari had credits on such hits as Will Smith’s “Wild, Wild West” and Destiny’s Child’s “Bootylicious” when a friend steered the piano-playing singer — then known by her real name, Stefani Germanotta — to him in March 2006, according to his lawsuit.

Though he initially dismissed her, he realized she had star potential after hearing her play in his Parsippany, New Jersey, studio, the suit stated. Fusari says he spent the next several months working with her every day and “radically reshaping her approach,” persuading her to drop rock riffs for dance beats.

As they co-wrote songs such as “Paparazzi” and “Beautiful, Dirty, Rich,” which would appear on her debut album, The Fame, he transformed Germanotta into Lady Gaga, a name adapted from Queen’s “Radio Ga Ga,” the lawsuit claimed.

Lady Gaga told the AP in a 2009 interview that her “realization of Gaga was five years ago, but Gaga’s always been who I am.”

“I was Gaga from the time that I was 19 through my first record deal,” the 23-year-old said of her over-the-top style. “I always dressed like that before people knew me as Lady Gaga. I was always that way. … I stuck out like a sore thumb.”

Per the lawsuit, Lady Gaga and Fusari’s relationship turned romantic and then became a business partnership in May 2006, when they created a joint venture called Team Love Child LLC to promote her career. Fusari’s share was 20 percent, it said.

Fusari — whose account of his role in the multiplatinum-selling artist’s early career has been told in interviews — says he introduced Lady Gaga to a record executive who ultimately shepherded her to Universal Music Group’s Interscope Records, which released The Fame in 2008.

But the lawsuit said their personal and business relationship had soured by then and he has been denied a 20 percent share of song royalties, 15 percent of merchandising revenue and other money he’s owed. He acknowledges getting checks for about $611,000 but says that isn’t his full share.