A botched Twitter endorsement deal has resulted in a lawsuit involving Tia and Tamera Mowry.
TheJasmineBrand.com reports that Brian Hanley, Tia Mowry’s former agent, claims Tamera Mowry screwed her sister out of tens of thousands of dollars in endorsement money from sponsored tweets.
Hanley’s claims stem from a lawsuit Tia filed earlier this year against him in California Court. In her suit, Tia notes that Hanley worked for Innovative Artists Agency. In 2009, she signed a deal with the agency and Hanley to be paid for sending out tweets for companies.
The suit goes on to mention that Hanley was to take 10% commission off all of Tia’s tweet deals. Around 2013, Tia started to suspect that Hanley wasn’t paying her all of the money. Tia’s team then performed an audit on the deals and found that Hanley had not accurately paid her.
Tia ultimately filed suit against Hanley, claiming she was owed $60K from the entertainment agent as well as $120,000 in punitive damages.
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