Cassetty Entertainment has filed suit against former artist management client Scotty McCreery. According to the Nashville Post, the suit alleges that McCreery never paid Cassetty for services rendered.
Industry veteran Todd Cassetty launched his management company in October 2012 with McCreery as the first client, but the parties never signed an official agreement. The suit claims McCreery was supposed to pay 15 percent of his gross revenue for management services.
A statement by the singer says, “There is no truth to these allegations. I have offered to pay Todd more than once, but he wanted an unreasonable amount for only five months of work. Anyone who knows me knows how I conduct myself, so I am not worried they will believe any of this. This is just an attempt to embarrass me and my family. The facts will come out when we have our day in court.”
Cassetty formed the management enterprise after stepping away from his day-to-day roles with respected digital marketing firm Hi-Fi Fusion and television production company Todd Cassetty Welding Service, where he worked with numerous superstars and major labels.
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