Nicole Scherzinger sued by Pussycat Dolls Founder Robin Antin over reunion

By Aynslee Darmon.

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Nicole Scherzinger is being sued by Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin.

The news comes after the dolls’ frontwoman agreed to a reunion before COVID-19 swept the world.

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According to the lawsuit, obtained by Hollywood Reporter, filed Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court, Scherzinger threatens to walk away from the trip unless she gets a majority stake in funds and complete creative control to restart the group.

Antin, who founded the Pussycat Dolls in the early 2000s, says that after the pandemic, Scherzinger “now refuses to participate in the trip.”

She also claims that she and Scherzinger entered into their original agreement in 2019. The original agreement led Scherzinger to get 49 percent under a short-form agreement, which she characterizes as a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

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Elsewhere in the documents, Antin said Scherzinger “demanded that the terms of the MOU be renegotiated.”

According to the complaint, Scherzinger now wants to be a 75 percent owner with final decision-making authority, and she refuses to participate in the reunion trip unless she gets what she wants.

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