Tia Mowry-Hardrict doesn’t tweet for free and she wants her money!
The “Sister Sister” actress filed a massive lawsuit this week after a Twitter deal gone wrong. According to TMZ, Tia made several deals to post sponsored tweets for certain companies, and she was expecting to make a whopping $108,000 profit. However, the agent she hired to handle the business allegedly took more than the 10 percent commission they agreed on.
According to the legal documents, the 35-year-old star claims the agent stole more than half of the tweet-deal cash. Now, she’s suing to get it back!
Tia is asking for $60,000 in lost funds and another $120K in punitive damages.
Get your money, girl!
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