Kevin Hart Reportedly Sued For Nearly $2 Million After Business Deal Gone Wrong

Kevin Hart has a severe amount of money on the road after the actor has reportedly been sued for failing to pay fee on an enormous advertising and marketing deal. According to The Blast, iGo Marketing & Entertainment is coming after the Night School actor for not following up on his finish of a deal that concerned “advertising and marketing and celeb tie-in offers” on Kevin’s behalf. 

Apparently, the man who made the contract is claiming that he was to obtain 15% on any deal negotiated for the actor that concerned partnerships with “Miller-Coors, Coke-Zero, Vitamin Water, Electronic Arts, two offers with Caesars Entertainment, the Cosmopolitan Hotel and a cope with Verizon Wireless.” Kevin was mentioned to have saved this promise till a deal got here round with Rally Healthcare in 2015.

iGo claims they secured a cope with Kevin and Rally that may give Kevin funds in money and shares. When Kevin reportedly canceled the deal, he thought it meant he needed to cease paying fee, however that wasn’t the case the place he is mentioned to have stopped paying “15% on the third yr choice of the deal or for the worth of the inventory choice.”

He is now being sued for breach of contract and the plaintiff needs at least $1.eight million. Kevin has counter-sued the corporate for utilizing his identify and fame for advertising and marketing and is demanding the lawsuit be dismissed.