Bad Romance: Lady Gaga's Ex-Boyfriend Admits To Losing Millions On Cocaine, Escorts, And Gambling -- Shocking Court Documents!

Lady Gaga's Ex-Boyfriend Lost Millions On Cocaine Escorts Gambling

Jun. 25 2015, Published 7:10 a.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email

He may have dated and produced music for Lady Gaga, but it seems that Robert Fusari's poker face could use some work after he admitted to gambling away $1 million dollars and spending $2 million more on escorts and a kilo of cocaine!

Fusari sued Gaga in 2010 for money he said was owed to him for co-writing music with her. That case was settled for an undisclosed sum. Then Wendy Starland, who claimed to have discovered Gaga, filed suit against Fusari, and in 2014 was awarded $7.2 million of the money that Fusari earned in profits from Gaga's career -- largely due to Gaga's testimony. But when Starland attempted to collect, Fusari was somehow broke!

Article continues below advertisement

On March 30th, Fusari filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, listing his assets in the 0-$50,000 range, and his liabilities at $1 million -$10 million. According to the documents, Fusari admitted spending away the money by gambling, hiring escorts, and buying cocaine -- in addition to handing out cash to the homeless and to his girlfriend! "I do remember buying a large amount of cocaine. I do recall some excessive gambling. I do recall some excessive escort services. Hence the going out with a bang kind of mentality. I was going to do this like the movies. It is nothing I am proud of or bragging about."

Lady GaGa

In the documents, he also asked about a $700k withdrawal which he could not remember, but agrees must have happened since it is in his bank statement.

Read the court documents.



Opt-out of personalized ads

© Copyright 2023 Radar Media Group LLC. RADAR and RADARONLINE are registered trademarks. All rights reserved. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Service, Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy. People may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Offers may be subject to change without notice.