Nicki Minaj and Kenneth Petty’s harassment case, which centers on a lawsuit brought against the couple by Petty’s accuser Jennifer Hough, is now focused on a back-and-forth regarding a requested $20 million default judgment. 

An attorney acting on Nicki Minaj’s behalf, as reported by The Daily Beast on Thursday, has asked for the petition to be withdrawn and for an extension to be granted allowing for additional time to more formally respond. Hough’s attorney, Tyrone Blackburn, told the publication that he recently got an email from attorney Judd Burstein but declined the requests in question.

“I told him to prepare his opposition to my request for default judgment and explain to the court why his client and her husband believe they’re both above the law,” Blackburn said.