Sunday, March 20, 2005

ALMOST LIKE A REAL STAR

There's some people who would try and tell you that people who win American Idol aren't proper musical celebs at all, but that just isn't true: Look at Ruben Studdard. He's being sued for breach of contract by his manager, just like a proper singer. Former manager Ron Edwards is actually counter-suing Studdard - Studdard launched a suit against him claiming that he'd misused a quarter of a million dollars; now Edwards is calling for half a million for not paying management fees or nothing. Although he seems to undermine his own complaint:

Edwards' attorney, Glennon Threatt, told the Birmingham News that his client and Studdard, 26, were longtime family friends and that Edwards agreed to help Studdard for free before he won American Idol in May 2003.


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