In relation to the band's unsuccessful reunion tour, Nicole Scherzinger has charged Robin Antin, the founder of the Pussycat Dolls, with fraud and breach of contract.
The frontwoman of the group claimed in a cross-complaint filed in Los Angeles that the choreographer, who founded the group as a dance troupe, "breached her duties and obligations to Scherzinger, severely damaged PCD's good will, and wasted the funding for the planned PCD reunion tour."
The band's brand was allegedly harmed by Antin "through self-dealing, waste and fraud" as well as by accepting advances from tour promoter Live Nation, leaving Scherzinger with no choice but to pay for publicity for the group's 2019 reunion and 2020 comeback single React, according to Scherzinger's team.
A reunion tour under the conditions Antin was demanding was not commercially viable and could not be profitable for Antin, Scherzinger, or the other members of PCD, the filing claims.
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