Accused of Not Paying Film Crew
… The Ball’s in Your Court!!!
1/21/2018 12:10 AM PST
Nick Cannon stiffed members of the crew working on “She Ball” — his movie about a women’s basketball team — but he’s got a month to make it right … or else … according to a new legal letter.
Nick and his production company received the letter, obtained by TMZ, from a lawyer representing 8 crew members who allegedly worked on the film as drivers, grips and camera operators … but never got paid.
According to the letter … the 8 workers were not given their legally required meals or rest breaks, weren’t paid overtime, but most importantly — never got a check at all.
The letter warns Cannon’s got 33 days to square up or further action will be taken. We reached out to Nick … no word back, so far.
As we’ve reported … Cannon’s taken some heat for adding Chris Brown to his “She Ball” cast, but he defended the move to us and says his movie’s going to be a must-see.