Terry Crews, Pitbull accused of failing to repay speaking fees

Terry Crews, Pitbull accused of failing to repay speaking fees




What do actor Terry Crews, rapper Pitbull, Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell and author Gary J. Bishop have in widespread? They had been all accused of failing to give once more speaking fees after their engagements in Canada had been canceled due to COVID-19.

A group referred to as Power Within had lined up Crews and Pitbull for a March event in Montreal, shelling out $42,000 to the actor and larger than $112,000 to the rapper, whereas Luttrell purchased $25,000 to appear on the same event, the company talked about in a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit.

Bishop purchased $20,000 to appear at the Montreal event and a second in Winnipeg in May.

Other entertainers and personalities whose events had been scrapped after coronavirus lockdowns had been put in place repaid their speaking fees, along with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Power Within talked about.

After inquiries from The Post in regards to the case, a lawyer for Power Within talked about the matter “has been amicably resolved.”




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