Ayesha Curry, wife of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, is being sued for more than $10 million by a company she hired that was supposed to help increase her visibility and branding. They did their job and now they want to be paid for it, according to TMZ.
Robert Flutie, who owns Flutie Entertainment, said in the suit that Curry “expressed dreams of building herself into a global brand” and signed a contract way back in November 2014.
It wasn’t until May 2019 when Curry would part ways with Flutie Entertainment and “allegedly tried to cut them out of all profits and ownership equity of things she created during her time as a Flutie client.”
“Now, Flutie is demanding at least $10 million — plus a 50% interest in Ayesha’s Yardie Girl production company, which handles Ayesha’s TV projects.”
Curry had her own show on Food Network for 2 seasons and was also the host for The Great American Baking Show for one season. She has also written a number of cookbooks and has a line of cookware.
“When I really started diving deep into my career, I said I wanted to have a cookbook, I want to be on the Food Network, and within a year, I accomplished those goals,” she said to OprahMag.com in February 2019. “It didn’t come without the hard work. There’s such an energy in voicing something. When you say it out loud, you’re then held accountable for the goals that you set.”
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