Leah Remini's Ex-Managers Sue for Commissions From New ABC Sitcom (Exclusive)

Leah Remini's Ex-Managers Sue for Commissions From New ABC Sitcom (Exclusive)
Leah Remini's former managers have sued the actress, claiming a share of her $100,000-per-episode fee for the upcoming ABC comedy Family Tools. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court and obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, management company The Collective claims it signed Remini to an oral contract in November 2011 and agreed to manage her in exchange for a standard 10 percent commission from her earnings. (Read the complaint here.) A month before signing with The Collective, Remini had entered into a talent holding deal at ABC, so the parties allegedly agreed that

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