Prince, the flamboyant pop star with 10 platinum albums, should pay nearly $4 million in damages for welshing on his promise to promote a perfume named after his latest CD, a special referee in Manhattan concluded after conducting a four-day inquest on damages.

The referee, Louis Crespo, awarded $3.9 million to Revelations Perfume and Cosmetics to cover expenditures it had made in reliance on Prince’s commitment to promote a perfume, 3121, named for the CD.

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