Tamar Braxton is preparing for a showdown in court with a man who claims he helped make her hundreds of thousands only to be screwed over when it came time to pay up on commissions.
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, Tamar and Pantheon Talent Group are scheduled to appear in court later this month. Back
in 2020, Tamar was sued by her former agents at Pantheon Talent Group. The company said they helped the reality star secure big-time gigs only to be screwed out of commissions.
The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court. The suit says Pantheon started working with Tamar in 2016. They had an “oral agreement” where they represented her and received 10% of anything she made from television.
The agents claim they helped secure her WE tv show Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life! which she was paid $75,000 an episode. They believe they are owed $7,500 from each episode that aired.
Pantheon Talent Group also claimed to be owed money in commissions from other shows Tamar appeared on including To Catch a Beautician and Hip Hop Squares.
They reportedly locked down a $30,000 an episode fee for To Catch a Beautician. The agency said she was also paid $17,350 each time she appeared on Hip Hop Squares. The suit is seeking unspecified damages but claim they are owed in excess of $101k from Tamar. In response, Tamar demanded the case be put on hold as she filed an action against the agency with the Labor Commissioner.
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She says Nick Roses, the individual that allegedly performed services for her, is not a licensed agent as required by the law. Tamar denies ever entering into an oral agreement with the agent and claims they are not responsible for her locking down the VH1 shows.
She argues, “as Roses was not a licensed talent agent, Roses could not have procured employment for Braxton.” The court sided with Tamar and put the entire lawsuit on hold. In newly filed court documents, Tamar revealed she will be facing off with the alleged agent later this month in front of the Labor Commissioner.
The two will battle it out there where a determination will be made on whether Nick violated any laws about being an agent and if the reality star owes him a dime.