3/30/2017 2:53 PM PDT
Jennifer Lopez got some fancy new wheels — custom hoverboards — for her Vegas show, but forgot to keep her end of the bargain … according to the company that made the gear.
Sidekick Group Corp says it shipped out 42 hoverboards for J Lo and her dancers to use in her “All I Have” show at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas. The company says didn’t charge any cash, but their signed contract did require Jennifer to do a few things in return.
According to the lawsuit just filed … Jenny was supposed to do promotional posts for Sidekick on Instagram or Twitter, once every 3 months. Sidekick says she only posted once, but later deleted it.
The company says it’s out $54,390 for the boards, which it says were customized for the show. It’s suing to get back their investment, plus a few more bucks.
Sidekick threatened to sue Seahawks superstar Richard Sherman a year ago, claiming he also reneged on a promotional deal.
We’ve reached out to J Lo’s camp, but haven’t heard back yet.