$10 Million Lawsuit Accusing Steph Curry's Wife Ayesha Of Screwing Over Ex-Manager Dropped

Jul. 19 2021, Published 5:50 p.m. ET

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NBA star Steph Curry’s wife Ayesha scored a huge win in her legal battle against her former manager who accused her of screwing him out of millions.

According to court documents obtained by Radar, the celebrity branding company Flutie Entertainment has informed the court they are dismissing all claims against Ayesha.

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Back in April 2020, Ayesha was sued by the celebrity branding company Flutie Entertainment.

The company claimed they helped make her into a household name. Flutie said they helped build Ayesha brand. In the suit, the head of the company said when he met Ayesha in 2014 her only project was a cooking blog called “Little Lights of Mine.”

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Ayesha signed with Flutie in 2015 to build herself a name apart from her husband and his fame. In the suit, the company said they strategized to help her realize her dreams of becoming a celebrity chef like, “a current and modern-day version of Martha Stewart or Rachael Ray.”

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Flutie said they helped develop her cookbook, a TV show, and even a line of cooking products. However, they accused her of firing them in March 2019 out of nowhere.

The company said Ayesha then proceeded to cut them out of profits for work they secured. The suit was seeking in excess of $10 million-plus a 50% interest in her production company Yardie Girl.

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Fluite also demanded a percentage of profits made from Ayesha’s cooking products.

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At the time, Ayesha’s lawyer Michael Plonsker denied the allegations he said, “Ayesha Curry terminated her business relationship with disgruntled manager Robert Flutie in early 2019. We are confident that the legal process will find his accusations nonsensical and completely unfounded.”

Ayesha responded to the suit by filing a complaint with the Labor Commission office. The Labor Commission office was determined to have jurisdiction over the matter.

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In the complaint with the Labor Commission, Plonsker wrote, “When Ms. Curry retained Flutie Entertainment for the specific purpose of finding and negotiating artistic engagements, (Flutie) recognized their golden goose and employed every manipulative and deceptive tactic in their arsenal to gain increasingly larger shares of Ms. Curry's earnings,” Plonsker wrote in the commission petition.

The case will now be heard before the commission.

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