ABC/Richard Harbaugh(NEW YORK) — Taylor Swift’s management company is the target of a lawsuit from a company that claims it arranged for Taylor to be driven around New York City this past summer, but then had its contract canceled after being hit with complaints that her alleged demands weren’t being met.
The New York Post reports that in its complaint, APG Security claims that it was hired as a contractor by Firefly Entertainment, Taylor’s management company, to arrange for cars and drivers to ferry Taylor and her entourage around Manhattan in June. But a month into the job, Firefly’s director of security told APG that there were “issues” that the contractor was told to “‘remedy as soon as possible.”
According to APG security, the “issues” included what kind of food and supplies the vehicles were supposed to be stocked with when Taylor was in them, and “under what circumstances” the drivers were allowed to speak to her.
The next day, APG claims, Taylor requested two additional SUVs in addition to the one that was already being used for her transportation needs. The extra vehicles cost APG $2,000 per month, claims the suit, but then Firefly abruptly canceled the contract on July 22 — leaving APG stuck with that bill.
According to the Post, Taylor’s reps have yet to comment on the suit.
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