Adore Delano Sues Management Company for Allegedly Stealing Millions (Updated)

Adore Delano Sues Management Company for Allegedly Stealing Millions (Updated)

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TMZ is reporting that Adore Delano is suing her management company, Producer Entertainment Group (PEG), for $1 million dollars in lost wages and another $2.5 in punitive damages.

Delano accuses PEG of “nickel-and-diming” her of her cold earned cash, leaving her with a lot less money than she had initially earned from appearances and touring gigs.

They report:

In a lawsuit, Adore says he earned $2.5 million over the past 3 years — mostly off 2 hit singles and hundreds of concerts — but only walked away with $300K. He believes his managers at Producer Entertainment Group conspired with his record label, and others, to embezzle his hard-earned dough.

Adore says he’s found multiple examples of PEG nickel-and-diming him, often taking as much as 70% of his appearance fees and other revenue streams. According to the docs, obtained by TMZ, the management team threatened to “destroy his career” if Adore continued questioning his finances.

While Adore Delano did not win her season and bowed out of All Stars Season 2 early, she is one of the most successful queens to walk through the work room. Huffington Post put in some work last year to rank every Ru Girl, and Delano came in first because of her massive fan following.

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