Michael K. Williams needs to pay up. At least that’s what a friend and allegedly former manager is claiming to the tune of $450K.
Reports Page Six:
Michael Kimbrew began working with a broke Williams when the actor was crashing on Kimbrew’s Los Angeles couch between 2008 and 2010 and says Williams failed to pay him $450,000 in managerial fees, according to his Manhattan federal court suit.
The two men had formed Freedome Productions together, and their projects earned some $2.5 million, but Kimbrew — who claims he was to be paid a 20 percent cut of the revenues — says he has been paid just $3,000.
There is a big difference between $450K and $3K.
Williams’ lawyer has reportedly called the lawsuit “baseless.”