Frazier seeks documents from daughter in lawsuit

PHILADELPHIA -- Former heavyweight champion Joe Frazier has refiled a lawsuit against his daughter, days after she won a
primary election for city judge.

Jacquelyn Frazier-Lyde turned over some of the documents that
are being sought, but hasn't fully accounted for the money she
managed for her father from 1989 to 2004, Frazier's lawyer said

The 63-year-old Frazier sued for the return of his records in April, but suspended the suit as his daughter waged a campaign for
Philadelphia Municipal Court judge.

"Joe just didn't want to ruin his daughter's judgeship
[race]," Frazier lawyer Michael P. Kelly said Thursday.

Frazier's lawyers believe he may be missing out on film
royalties, product endorsement fees or other income perhaps
promised in his old contracts.

Frazier-Lyde, a lawyer, took up boxing in 2000 at age 38 and won titles in three different weight classes.

She placed second among Democrats on Tuesday and is poised to secure one of two open seats this fall, given the city's
overwhelmingly Democratic voting rolls. The job pays $148,000 a

She didn't immediately return a message left Thursday at her
campaign headquarters.