In a Hollywood tangle made for juicy tabloid headlines, Joan Rivers was having a dispute with her ex-manager Billy Sammath and said in an interview that the manager was suing her, among other charges. Now that manger is indeed suing her -- for saying that he was suing her. Not following? As an example of how work disputes can get blown out of proportion according to how much money is involved, the manager claims this is a defamation of his character and has added it to claims that Rivers cheated him out of money.
What do you think? Why are there so many disputes among Hollywood stars and the people they pay to help their careers?
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