Lil Kim Faces $15 Million Lawsuit By Ex-Manager For Botched Deals
Lil Kim is in trouble for her behavior. TMZ reports her former business manager is suing her for $15 million claiming she cost him a lot of money for botched endorsement deals.
Andrew Ro, who runs International Rock Star Corp, inked a deal with Kim back in 2012. The pair was planning to start-up a variety of new products, including a perfume line, clothing line, vodka drink, energy drink, Steve Madden shoe line and a honey maker.
Ro says Lil Kim’s diva-like ways made it difficult for them to work together. He states that she wouldn’t come to project meetings and refused to promote the product once it was executed.
Kim broke out of the deal by issuing a cease-and-desist letter from discussing any more future projects. Then, she filed a lawsuit against International Rock Star that stated they gave her a bad-licensing deal.
Ro filed a lawsuit that blames Kim’s actions cost IRS $15 million. As of now, a judge has not ruled on it.