Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Kyla Pratt Sued By Her Management Team


Actress Kyla Pratt sued for breach of contract by her management team...

According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, the management company Industry Entertainment Partners has filed a lawsuit against Pratt for breach of contract, unjust enrichment, and negligent misrepresentation.
In the suit, Industry Entertainment said that Pratt entered into a personal management agreement with it in August 2018. The company said it has managed the star for over 2 years.
As part of their agreement, Industry said Pratt agreed verbally and in written to pay commissions from her earnings from the Fox sitcom, Call Me Kat.
“Pratt has performed in Call Me Kat and related projects. However, despite the parties’ agreement Pratt has refused to pay all the amounts she owed to [Industry Entertainment Partners].”
The company said despite numerous demands for payments, Pratt has failed to make the payments. The lawsuit said at the time the agreement was entered into, Pratt made “material misrepresentations to [Industry Entertainment Partners] concerning her intentions to pay [Industry Entertainment Partners] the commissions arising from her earnings from Call Me Kat and related projects. However, Pratt had no reasonable ground to believe that she will actually pay [Industry Entertainment Partners’] commissions in full and made misrepresentations with the intent of continuing to obtain [Industry Entertainment Partners’] artist and management services.”
The suit demands Pratt be ordered to pay unspecified damages and restitution for her actions.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Poor thing she had bills to pay. She hasn't been working steady. Give her som

Anonymous said...

^some time to get her coins together.

Anonymous said...

IEP must’ve released this story to the media, because this situation is really None of Our Business.

Anonymous said...

Ugh, I hate this for her. I like Kyla.

Anonymous said...

Pay your bills.

Anonymous said...

If they’re not working let them go so you’re not left handing over money they didn’t earn. But, if they're putting in the work pay them. As a former manager who has gone unpaid, I feel them.

Anonymous said...

👩🏾‍🦱 🍆 💁🙎💇🧑🏿‍🔬

Anonymous said...


Sounds like a misunderstanding. Leave her alone so she can get the coins together! Putting her on blast on blogs is stupid. She has been working. Maybe it’s the fine print that she overlooked. Let’s not act like people don’t try to get over on you when they think you’re naive.

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