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Ricky Martin’s ex-manager says he ‘completely and maliciously refused to pay’ her in $3 million suit

Ricky Martin’s former manager Rebecca Drucker says he ‘fully and maliciously refused’ to pay her in $3 million lawsuit

  • Drucker seeks $3M and punitive damages in LA lawsuit
  • She says she initially worked for the 2014-2018 La Vida Loca singer
  • Drucker said Martin asked her to work for him in May 2020 amid career and personal issues he faced
  • Drucker said Martin was dishonest and manipulative in his dealings with her

Ricky Martin has been sued by ex-business manager Rebecca Drucker, who says he owed her $3 million for the services she provided.

Drucker’s legal team said Martin, 50, “fully and maliciously refused to pay Rebecca the millions of dollars in commissions he owes her.” Billboard reported, citing court documents in the case filed in the Los Angeles Central District Court.

Drucker said she initially worked for the entertainer between 2014-2018, TMZ reported.

The latest: Ricky Martin, 50, has been sued by ex-business manager Rebecca Drucker, who says he owed her $3 million for the services she provided.  The singer was caught last month in Cap d'Antibes, France

The latest: Ricky Martin, 50, has been sued by ex-business manager Rebecca Drucker, who says he owed her $3 million for the services she provided. The singer was caught last month in Cap d’Antibes, France

The San Juan, Puerto Rico native then contacted Drucker in May 2020 during a time when his “personal and professional life” [were] in absolute turmoil,” and she effectively got his career back on track, Drucker told the court.

Drucker said in court documents that she has provided “invaluable services as his manager and top advisor” in assisting Martin on deals involving recording contracts, tours and sponsorships, helping him earn millions through a North American tour where he last went with Enrique Iglesias year.

The tour grossed $19 million, Billboard reported, citing his… End of year 2021 box score chart

Drucker said she helped the La Vida Loca singer through a potential career crisis in September 2020, when she put him in touch with an effective legal team amid alleged threats of “an unspecified career termination charge.”

Drucker's legal team said Martin, 50,

Drucker’s legal team said Martin, 50, “fully and maliciously refused to pay Rebecca the millions of dollars in commissions he owes her.”

Martin was seen at a Savage X Fenty Show in LA last September

Martin was seen at a Savage X Fenty Show in LA last September

The She Bangs performer “came out unscathed and continued his professional resurgence” with Drucker’s help, she told the court.

Drucker told the court that the Shake Your Bon-Bon singer was dishonest and manipulative in his dealings with her, and she resigned from working with him last April.

She said Martin had threatened her not to discuss their business together and had unsuccessfully asked her to sign a nondisclosure agreement.

Drucker, who wants a jury trial, is seeking $3 million and punitive damages in her case against the artist.

Martin currently has a number of projects in the works, including an upcoming EP and a role in the Apple TV+ comedy Mrs. American Pie, which is based on the 2018 novel by Juliet McDaniel, Martin previously earned a 2018 Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Antonio D’Amico in the Ryan Murphy FX miniseries The Assassination of Gianni Versace.

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