Jennifer Lopez has failed to fulfill her contractual obligations to tweet about hoverboards used during her Planet Hollywood show in Las Vegas, according to a lawsuit filed by the manufacturer.
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What’s the Problem?
April 3, 2017 – The lawsuit claims that Lopez failed to promote hoverboards manufactured by the Sidekick Group, which sent her 42 custom hoverboards in 2015 in exchange for a shout out from the triple threat celebrity’s Twitter and Instagram accounts once every 3 months.
Lopez managed one social media promotion, tweeting “The #AllIHave dancers killing it on their @SideKickWheels,” with a May 2016 video of a “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” performance. But one plug wasn’t enough for the Sidekick Group.
The company alleges that its hoverboards were selling for $1,295 apiece, and is seeking $54,390 in damages (the retail value of 42 hoverboards).
This isn’t the first time Sidekick Group has filed a hoverboard lawsuit against a celebrity. Last year, the company sued NFL cornerback Richard Sherman for allegedly backing out of a promo deal. The complaint was later dropped.
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