'The Masked Singer' Judge Accused Of Financial ‘Extortion’ By The Pussycat Dolls Founder Robin Antin
The founder of The Pussycat Dolls is suing the 'Masked Singer' judge for allegedly ruining the group's reunion tour and "extorting" them for money for upcoming performances.
Antin claims that Scherzinger is breaching her original contract to join the group's reunion tour in new legal documents obtained by The Blast.
Antin and her legal team say they spent over two years negotiating a new tour and relaunching the group to a new generation, but Nicole allegedly won't play ball.
According to the documents, the PCD says they received $600K from Live Nation to partner for the tour in 2017.
The group claims they negotiated with Nicole and agreed she would receive 49% of the shares and profits from the tour's newly formed business.
The Pussycat Dolls announced their upcoming tour, and Scherzinger heavily promoted it, but it had to be rescheduled due to the pandemic.
Now, the group says Nicole refuses to participate in the reunion tour and that it’s all about money. She allegedly wanted a bigger piece of the pie and "complete creative control."