The parental unit of the permanent A list "singer" has been using every delaying tactic possible to not cooperate with those seeking a forensic accounting. Yesterday was the last gasp. By June, we will know how bad everyone has been taking advantage of the singer.
New management at the Hollywood trade magazine and they start taking shots at the disgraced director and the mogul and now the mouth piece for the reality family, the "singer's" dad. They are going all in to take away the safe place for a-holes in Hollywood.
If given the chance, this Svengali was going to allege that the former stalker turned manager got her job by sleeping with a very very close relative of the celebrity she manages.
The recent legal maneuverings would allow for a deal in the case of the permanent A list "singer." It would allow the singer to get married if she chooses to, and to move from California. As part of that deal though, her money would still be controlled by the person who is doing that now.
It's obvious from reading every kiss butt tabloid article that they are all not on the side of the permanent A list "singer." Every single one of them mentions health, rather than the real reason a person in her life stepped down from one of the positions in her life.
I think the reps for the permanent A list "singer" are just surprised they got busted doing exactly what they got accused of doing. This is going to be an epic battle, with three sides fighting it out. Three? Yes, three. There is going to be a latecomer to the party. An outside relative so to speak.
The wannabe momager suddenly has a ton of cash burning a hole in her pocket thanks to recent statements she made supporting her ex and his vision going forward.
So, apparently it is all about the money and how much she can make for less work rather than being close to or there for a certain family member for this A list singer.
No one has ever accused him of anything other than being greedy and trying to sign the most clients possible.
When the phone rang earlier this week, it was someone I hadn't spoken to in nearly a decade. Back when I first started writing the blog, I met this guy one night at The Improv. He was there watching some potential client who he thought sucked two minutes into the act. He told me as much even though we hadn't spoken before that moment.