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Prince Harry calls Duchess Kate the ‘big sister he never had’
Duchess Kate’s next engagement scheduled at Victoria and Albert Museum
Duchess Kate isn’t pregnant with baby no.3, despite report
Meghan Markle avoids Prince Harry questions at ATX panel
Kate Middleton and Prince William to embark on royal tour of Poland and Germany

Taylor Swift was sued by former manager, Dan Dymtrow

by Mary
October 9, 2010 at 5:55 am

According to reports, Taylor Swift’s former manager claims the singer owes him millions of dollars in commissions.

The Hollywood Reporter claims that Dan Dymtrow was promised 5% – 10% commission from the singer’s music career due to him important role before he was dumped.

The former manager revealed that he discovered Taylor when she was 14, back in 2004 but once her career was developed and met Big Machine CEO Scott Borchetta, he was dumped before the singer to sign with the label.

According to Dymtrow’s attorney, the singer’s family refused to pay him: “They delayed and delayed [the deal] and got rid of my client and subsequently signed the deal and kept his commissions for themselves.”

Moreover, Swift’s lawyer declared: “For him to claim that her success and her major contracts were procured by him is ludicrous. And even if there were some merit to his claims, paying him on the contract would defeat the whole purpose of the law in New York, which is to protect minors who sign contracts.”

Therefore, both sides submitted a joint letter to the court.

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