LATE ANTHONY BOURDAIN’S ICONIC ‘PARTS UNKNOWN’ IN 500K ROYALTIES LAWSUIT

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown In Royalties Lawsuit
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Jan. 18 2019, Updated 9:05 p.m. ET

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Late travel host Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown’ show is at the center if a $500,000 lawsuit.

The Blast website reports that court documents have been filed by mega-talent agency International Creative Management Partners(ICM) against Zero Point Zero Productions.

ICM alleges that they were entitled certain payments for shows they worked on under a 2011 deal and that the money they were to receive was due to them if the two sides ever parted ways.

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The Los Angeles based talent agency says two shows fall under their initial agreement – ‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’ and ‘The Hunt with John Walsh.’

The two companies parted ways in 2015 but ICM claims they are owed at least $500,000 in back commissions.

They are suing for breach of contract and looking to get what they are owed, plus interest on top.

Iconic ‘Parts Unknown’ host Anthony Bourdain, 61, was found dead on June 8, 2018, from an apparent suicide by hanging at the Le Chambard Hotel in Kaysersberg, France.

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