RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively that UTA, Montgomery’s talent agency, is suing the actress for breach of contract, alleging that the actress simply has stopped paying the agency its commission. The agency says in the documents that the Without a Trace alum used to pay her dues during the first season, but has since stopped. The show is now in its third season.
“Montgomery paid UTA a ten percent commission on monies earned from the Show through and including season one,” the documents read. “Montgomery then suddenly stopped paying UTA its commissions.”
“Pursuant to the terms of the Talent Agency Agreement, UTA is entitled to payment of a ten percent commission on any and all monies which Montgomery receives in connection with seasons two and three of the Show.
“Accordingly, UTA now files this action to recover commissions received by Montgomery…,” the documents read.
The suit was filed Monday, June 23.