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Mo' money, mo' problems, dude!
The Situation is getting sued by Gotham NYC Entertainment who claims that the Jersey Shore star dumped the company without giving them any notice.
Gotham say that The Sitch wrongfully fired them after they insist they took him from "relative obscurity" to stardom. They also say that he was required to give them 30 days before leaving and since he just went his separate ways from them due to a "lack of performance" on Gotham's part, they're suing him for $1 million in damages.
Sitch is fighting back though and says that Gotham "did MORE HARM than good to" him and his career.
His lawyer Richard Wolfe agrees that they will "pay Gotham what they are owed, but no more."
It's true that when you become famous, everyone wants a piece of pie. But, in this case, who knows who's telling the truth??
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