Security Company Hits Taylor Swift’s Management with Lawsuit
Bosses at Taylor Swift’s management company have been hit with a lawsuit by the owners of a security company, who provided chauffeur services to the “Shake It Off” hitmaker.
Executives at APG Security claim the 24 year old ordered two additional vehicles at a cost of $2,000-a-month in June, but the contracts were cancelled by bosses at Firefly Entertainment without payment the following month after Swift allegedly sent a list of demands to the company.
These included “provisions APG was supposed to have in the vehicle when transporting Ms. Swift,” (and) “under what circumstances they (drivers) could speak to her,” according to the New York Post.
The suit, filed in Manhattan Supreme Court on Monday, reads: “Firefly took the position that it had no responsibility for the lease payments for the two vehicles, even though it had previously agreed to reimburse APG for the lease payments.”
Bosses at APG are seeking unspecified damages for breach of contract and are requesting payment of the remainder of the leases, according to the New York Daily News.
Swift has yet to comment on the lawsuit.