According to RadarOnline.com, Ne-Yo has been sued by his former personal manager, for the second time in five years, for allegedly failing to pay him royalty payments. In court docs, Munir Mahmud has sued the singer-songwriter for breach of settlement agreement and accounting and is demanding a trial by jury. Mahmud says he previously filed a lawsuit against Ne-Yo, but they came to an out of court settlement in 2006, and that lawsuit was ultimately dismissed. But, Mahmud says terms of that settlement have not been met: The suit is seeking a court order for “specific performance in the form of an order requiring Defendants to allow Plaintiff to audit and inspect their books . . . for the purposes of determining and verifying precision the amounts due and payable to Plaintiff.” Mahmud is also seeking compensatory damages and attorney’s fees among other things.