Terrence Howard’s company is accusing 20th Century Fox of refusing to pay up on money owed for his work on “Empire”
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Howard’s company Universal Bridges is suing 20th Century Fox Film Corporation for breach of contract.
Universal Bridges is Howard’s loan-out company that is run by his current fiancé Mira Howard (the two were first married in 2013 but divorced in 2015. They reconciled and are currently engaged to be married for a second time.)
In the docs, Universal Bridges says Fox agreed to pay Howard through the loan-out company for his work on “Empire.” The studio was paying Howard until recently.