Farrah Abraham never traded punches in a celebrity boxing match after she bailed on the bout but she's now been socked with a lawsuit.
The suit was filed last month in Pennsylvania but Feldman has not been able to serve her with papers so far.
Our sources say the contract called for Abraham to receive $2,500 upon signing the contract (which she did) and the another $2,500 on the day of the fight. She was also supposed to get 50% of the net proceeds from ticket sales, sponsorships, internet sales, and TV licensing.
The contract also specifically called for Abraham to win.
Farrah Abraham bailed on the fight a week before it was scheduled to go down. Abraham's manager told The Blast at the time that she had "no choice but to not be involved in this debacle. The promoter has been in breach of the contract, he has not delivered on anything that was promised in the contract."
For his part, Feldman maintains that he followed the contract to the letter.
Feldman is suing for $12,000 and a hearing has been scheduled in the case for January 30.