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Richie Spice may face lawsuit on Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:09 pm

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Richie Spice - File

Sheron Rose, CEO of Cliffside Entertainment, has confirmed that they will be suing Richie Spice.

The overseas-based promoters, according to Rose, said they felt as if they were ripped off after Spice had done several shows before turning up at the hotel he was scheduled to stay.

According to them, the deal between the international reggae artiste and Cliffside Entertainment was that the promoters would make a 50 percent deposit, pay for the plane ticket as well as to book a hotel for Spice along with three of his entourage.

However, according to them, the artiste's record label, had changed the ticket, booking an earlier flight date without notifying Cliffside Entertainment. This was to accommodate a promotion of Spice's new album.

"It was after doing a show in Philadelphia, that had nothing to do with Cliffside Entertainment, that they called to be picked up from Massachusetts," stated Rose. That would cost the promoters US$400 to get them to Connecticut.

refused to follow itinerary

After being a day late, Spice and his entourage showed up on July 2 and refused to follow the itinerary, which had them scheduled to sign autographs.

Instead, they went to the hotel, where Sophia Campbell, Spice's manager, reportedly told Rose that, "If Richie Spice didn't get some sleep you would not like the outcome."

Rose told THE STAR that "they were tired from their show done at my expense. I was their last stop after doing five other shows. We were like a pass through act since they were already in the country."

After failing to meet obligations listed on the itinerary, Cliffside Entertainment decided to subtract the ticket cost from the remaining 50 per cent, which was to be paid three hours before the show.

However, when Campbell heard of this decision, "she hung up and they never showed up," Rose stated. Rose also told THE STAR that seven persons had checked into the hotel instead of the four she booked, and this was also charged to her credit card.

"I am suing them for everything," she said, explaining that she wanted back the 50 per cent deposit, ticket money and hotel costs.




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