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VIVA ARTISTS AGENCY FILES NEW LAWSUIT VS NADINE LUSTRE

2 months ago | Local Entertainment News | 0 comments

By Xai Reyes

Viva Artists Agency (VAA) filed a complaint at the Quezon City Regional Trial Court last December 11 against actress Nadine Lustre, claiming that the actress allegedly violated the contract that she signed with the company.

In a statement released by Viva, the talent agency said that Nadine should be exclusively working with the company, according to her contract, but she has been allegedly “contracting independently with advertisers, promoters, and third parties.”

Viva claimed that it was the one that “developed, built, and nurtured Nadine’s career to make her one of the most sought after artists in the entertainment industry.” The agency said Nadine last renewed her contract with them last 2015, with an effectivity until June 29, 2029.

“Despite her continued success as an exclusive artist of VAA for almost a decade, Nadine still chose to violate and disregard her contract with VAA,” Viva said.

Nadine’s lawyer Lorna Kapunan said that the truth will come out and she is ready to defend the actress.

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