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Charles Russell possibly feels as if it’s going through The Loco-motion as Kylie Minogue’s former record producer Mike Stock – of Stock Aitken & Waterman fame – looks set to drag it through the High Court.
The firm may have said to Stock "Don’t say goodbye, we’re Never gonna give you up", but alas, Stock, who has also produced for a host of excellent 1980s stars, including Bananarama and Jason Donovan, waved farewell by suing the firm for negligence (see story).
He claims to have gone through Heartache as a result of Charles Russell getting All mixed up in assessing his legal costs and damages.
If Stock should be so lucky he could reap back more than £15,000 of the £515,000 he claims to have lost when he got In too deep.
Oh, Charles Russell, poor you. It appears that Stock feels he’d be Better off without you, but you never know… it might be a question of Better the devil you know.