Kelly Clarkson is being taken legal action against by her previous father-in-law’s management business.
Starstruck Management Group submitted a suit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, asserting that the vocalist owes her veteran supervisors $1.4 million in commission.
Clarkson wed Brandon Blackstock, the kid of Starstruck owner Narvel Blackstock, in 2013 and applied for divorce in June 2020. The couple share child River Rose Blackstock, 6, and kid Remington Alexander Blackstock, 4.
The claim, acquired by E! News, implicates her of a breach of an oral contract since she “decided that she is going to stop paying Starstruck what is contractually owed.”
The 38-year-old entertainer began with the Nashville-based business in 2007 and supposedly consented to pay “an industry standard” commission charge of 15 percent of her gross profits, that include “future earnings” from jobs she began while still under Starstruck.
The filing declares that Clarkson paid commissions throughout her profession till just recently. In 2020, she supposedly owed $3.36 in approximated commissions however has actually just paid $1.92 million up until now. The $1.44 million still due is likely from her deal with The Voice and The Kelly Clarkson Show.