Monday, 2 September 2013
Gospel Singers "Mary Mary" Got Sued by their Former Manager who Accused Them of Cheating
Accused of Stiffing Manager ... Making God Sad What would Jesus say? Gospel duo Mary Mary enlisted a manager to revamp their careers, then screwed him over as soon as they made it big again ... at least according to a new lawsuit.
Maximum Artist Group -- owned by manager Mitchell Solarek -- filed a federal lawsuit in Tennessee against Mary Mary, aka Erica Campbell
and Tina Campbell. In docs, Mitchell says he linked a deal with the duo in 2011 and helped "reignite" their career ... securing deals worth over $3 million, including their WeTV reality show. In return, Mitchell says the Christian
singers went all Judas on him -- publicly firing him on their TV show, and withholding more than $75,000 in commissions. Mitchell is suing for
all that dough, and the loss of future
commissions from music, merchandising, books and sponsorships. Now here's Mitch before the axe came down ...