Gospel Sisters Mary Mary Sued for Withholding Commissions on Deals He Made for Them
Gospel duo turned solo artists Mary Mary enlisted a manager to help vamp up their careers, but they are now accused of not paying for his services, according to a new lawsuit.
The company, Maximum Artist Group — owned by manager Mitchell Solarek — filed a federal lawsuit in Tennessee against Mary Mary, the sisters known as Erica Campbell and Tina Campbell.
According to the legal documents, Mitchell says had a deal with the duo in 2011 and helped “reignite” their career. Some of these were securing deals worth over $3 million, including their WeTV reality show.