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Nicole Scherzinger claims that Pussycat Dolls’ claim to cancel tours is “false”

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Nicole Sherzinger described Pussycat dolls founder Robin Antin’s lawsuit over the band’s canceled tour was found “worthy” in a new court document.

Antin In 2021, he filed a lawsuit against Scherzinger He was accused of threatening to abandon the group’s merger plans if he was not given a majority stake and “full creative control” and “final decision-making power”.

“This case is an unwarranted attempt to implement an expired 2019 agreement to hold concert tours in 2019 and 2020,” Scherzinger’s new document (via Sixth page) before adding: “If Antin had stubbornly participated in the negotiations in good faith rather than trying to re-establish the old agreement, the parties would have reached an agreement for a new round.”

The pop group, which considers Scherzinger to be the lead singer, was formed in 2003 under the direction of choreographer Antin. They released two albums, PCD (2005) and Doll Domination (2008), before their release in 2010. The group is its own meeting He had planned to run in 2019 and on dates in the UK and Ireland, however COVID-19 stopped their plans.

New court dates were planned in the lawsuit, but could not be confirmed due to Scherzinger’s “extortion.” Antin’s attorney, Richard S. Bush, said Scherzinger’s actions were, among other charges, a breach of contract and fiduciary duty.

At that time, a Scherzinger’s spokesman denied the allegations as “absurd and false.” and they claimed that it was “an attempt to distract the blame for their failures by attempting to impose non-existent obligations on Nicole.”

Pussycat Dolls 2020 (Photo: Nikki Johnston / Getty)

Now Scherzinger has claimed that the planned tour has been canceled due to a pandemic and that the band has not been shown for another time, as it announced on Instagram. “Nicole Scherzinger asked Antin to negotiate the terms of the new tour in 2021, instead of agreeing to the old deal’s claim that he would manage the new tour,” his lawyers said in the document.

Scherzinger’s lawyers also accused Antin of “mismanagement” and attempting to slander the band’s lead singer to “change the blame.”

This latest news came after Sherzinger recently announced on Instagram that the girls ’group’s tour had been canceled due to“ constantly changing conditions related to the pandemic ”.

However, shortly after the announcement, Pussycat Dolls stars Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bachar shared a statement and They claimed they found out about their upcoming reunion tour through Scherzinger’s Instagram story.

“We want to say how upset we are when we hear the announcement on Instagram that the Pussycat Dolls reunion tour has been canceled. There is no official word yet. “



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