Jennifer Lopez has been hit with a lawsuit for lack of influence to promote a hoverboard manufacturer on social media.
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What’s the Problem?
April 3, 2017 – According to the lawsuit, the Sidekick Group in 2015 sent “J Lo” 42 custom hoverboards as props for her Planet Hollywood show in Las Vegas in exchange for her agreeing to promote the devices on her personal Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Lopez did tweet about the products once, in a video featuring backup dancers riding hoverboards while she sung “Love Don’t Cost a Thing.” It was a clever idea, but one tweet wasn’t going to cut it for the Sidekick Group.
The company claims it spent $54,390 on the hoverboards and is now suing Lopez for that amount as a result of her failing to live up to her obligation.
This isn’t the first time Sidekick Group has filed a hoverboard lawsuit against a celebrity. Last year, the company sued NFL cornerback Richard Sherman for allegedly backing out of a promo deal. The complaint was later dropped.
Do I Have a Hoverboard Lawsuit?
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