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US PROMOTER THREATENS RICHIE SPICE WITH LAWSUIT

Posted: July 6, 2011
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Cliff Side Entertainment and its management are suing Richie Spice for not performing at a Concert in Hartford Connecticut for which he was booked. 

However, Richie Spice claims he was prepared to perform but the promoter had no money to pay him.

 

 

According to Cliff Side Entertainment, they paid 50 percent deposit plus air fare and hotel accommodations for Richie Spice and three members of his entourage to perform. 

Richie Spice confirms that he did receive the deposit but will have to review the contractual agreement signed.

 

 

Richie Spice was slated to perform in Connecticut on Saturday, July 2.

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