LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) September 12, 2007
Even though he received approximately a million dollars in commissions from Motley Crue, Stubner used his positions as the band's manager and the manager of one of the band members to demand a higher commission for himself. The amended complaint contends that his motivation was pure greed. The new evidence also confirms that Stubner demanded tickets from the band that he resold at "scalper" prices for his own gain.
The lawsuit seeks compensatory damages of more than $20 million for lost earnings and profits resulting from the Defendants' actions. The lawsuit also seeks punitive damages because, as claimed in the amended complaint, the defendants' "despicable" actions were undertaken "fraudulently, maliciously and oppressively."
Motley Crue's litigation attorney is Skip Miller of Miller Barondess, LLP in Los Angeles. Mr. Miller can be reached at 310-552-5251 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Additional media contact: Robert Emmers or Tammy Taylor, Sitrick And Company, 310-788-2850; e-mail at Robert_Emmers@sitrick.com or Tammy_Taylor@sitrick.com.