Stephen Curry’s wife, Ayesha Curry, sued for $10 million by branding company
Robert Flutie of Flutie Entertainment accused Ayesha of draining his company of profit after they helped with her promotion and branding in her ascent to celebrity status, per TMZ.
According to the legal documents filed by Flutie and his camp, the wife of the Warriors superstar “expressed dreams of building herself into a global brand.” They allegedly signed an agreement to work together in Nov. 2014.
After the deal, the branding company said they worked with Ayesha to help her “realize her vision of becoming “a current and modern-day version of Martha Stewart or Rachael Ray.” However, when things seemed to be going well, Ayesha allegedly fired the company in May 2019 and “tried to cut them out of all profits and ownership equity of things she created during her time as a Flutie client.”
Aside from the $10 million demand, Flutie is also asking for a 50% interest in Ayesha’s production company called Yardie Girl. The company is also demanding a stake in Ayesha’s website and e-commerce business.