Monday, November 23, 2020

Tamar Braxton Sued by Her Agents

Tamar Braxton sued by her agents for refusing to pay their commissions...

According to new legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Tamar was sued in L.A. County Court for allegedly stiffing her agents on massive commissions they claim to be owed on several projects including a giant 75,000 per episode fee she gets for her new reality show.
According to the lawsuit, the company claims in 2016 they entered into an "oral contract" with Tamar Braxtonto represent the reality star as her talent agents and were to receive 10 percent of anything she made on television.
The suit says the company "procured employment" for Braxton to appear on a new docu-series called "Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life!" which they negotiated and entered into a contract at the monster fee of $75,000 per episode. If correct, the companies take would be $7,500 in connection with any episode of the show.
The company also claims they negotiated another huge deal for the reality star to appear on "To Catch a Beautician" which she earns $30,000 per episode as the host of the program.
Again, they accuse Braxton of not paying them the $3,000 for each time she appeared on the show. As for 'Hip Hop Squares' the price was $17,350 and a few other spots they claim to have helped her snag in the TV business.
All together, Pantheon claims they are owed over six figures in commissions and only filed a lawsuit as a 'last resort.'