Double Up Tour Massacre: R. Kelly Gets Sued For The Third Time

A Concert promoter is suing R. Kelly, claiming the R&B singer owes his company $75,000 in fees. Trevanna Entertainment filed legal papers in New York last week alleging the firm was hired by Kelly’s national tour promoter to be the “tour director” for the singer’s recent U.S. trek. According to website, Trevanna Entertainment admits in its lawsuit that, “The parties did not sign such agreement.” Elsewhere, a gig promoter is seeking $120,000 in damages after Kelly allegedly put a court hearing before his concert commitments; and Ne-Yo’s management is suing Kelly’s promoter, Rowe Entertainment, for breach of contract for dropping him as the support act on Kelly’s Double Up tour. Kelly is also facing 14 counts of having sex with a minor in a trial due to start in May.


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