TMZ and the Tennessee Middle District Court, gospel music duo Mary Mary (Erica Campbell and Tina Campbell) are being sued by Maximum Artist Group.
Doesn’t sound familiar?
Its the company owned by Mitchell Solarek, or better known as Mitch if you watched their WeTV reality show.
Mitchell says he inked a deal with the duo in 2011 to “reignite” their career. He says he securing deals worth over $3 million, which included their WeTV reality show.
In return, Mitchell says the Christian singers went “all Judas on him.” This included Mary Mary publicly firing him on their TV show, and withholding more than $75,000 in commissions.
Mitchell is suing for not only the money in commissions, but also the loss of future commissions from music, merchandising, books and sponsorships.
Honestly, I can’t believe that he is still with Mary Mary. I’m the biggest fan of Mary Mary, but he was treated horribly on the show.
Mitchell Solarek Mary Mary Lawsuit
Maximum Artist Group, LLC v. Campbell et al
Filed: August 29, 2013
Plaintiff: Maximum Artist Group, LLC
Defendants: Erica Campbell, Trecina Campbell, A Song for Mary, Inc., Kenneth Crear and Treiva Williams
Cause of Action: Diversity-Breach of Contract
Court: Sixth Circuit> Tennessee> Middle District Court
Sources say this is when everything went downhill for Mitch.