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In 2012 Rihanna sued her former accountants, claiming that the firm, Berdon LLP, had taken advantage of her inexperience when she hired them at 16 and taken "exorbitant" cuts of her concert grosses, among other mismanagement.
The suit claimed she was never told that her 2009 Last Girl in the World Tour was losing money, while the accountants made millions, 22 percent of the touring revenue to her 6 percent.
The defendant also forged the plaintiffs' signatures on financial documents before and after Milano and Bugliari fired them, the suit further claims.
The complaint states that the money trouble really started to develop when Hellie was entrusted with overseeing a home renovation project for them and allegedly let the bills balloon to million while the property itself was only worth million.
"Hellie knew, or should have known, that this was a highly risky investment," the complaint states.
Between June 2009 and February 2016, the suit further contends, Hellie approved "at least 1,323.17 in capital contributions" for the venture without telling Milano or Bugliari or otherwise obtaining their approval.
(ABC canceled "Alyssa and David relied on the advice of their business managers for financial advice," the couple's attorney, Ellyn Garofalo, tells E! Hellie also invested large sums of money in questionable investments in which he was an investor, without disclosing this fact to Milano."The suit alleges Hellie got Milano to approve a ,000 investment in a parking lot venture without telling her that he too was an investor.
I’d just skip that whole dating part, which of course, never worked.
I got married in August, and I married my best friend [Hollywood agent David Bugliari]. I love that aspect because I feel like one, it’s real. I don’t remember how it started, but it’s been going on forever: If I’m in an awkward social situation and there’s music playing, I’ll bust into the robot.
“It’s edgy and real and about a group of friends who are functional and awesome when they’re together, but outside of their circle, they’re socially inept,” she says.
The show, created by Ricky Blitt (who’s written for ), follows Milano’s character — a lawyer and single mother named Rebecca — as she’s, say, encouraged to have her first one-night stand, and Kyle Bornheimer’s Perry — Rebecca’s childhood buddy who’s now a successful financial planner and Pittsburgh’s most hopeless romantic — as he struggles to please his girlfriend in the bedroom (she likes to be spanked). That’s something I think people can relate to — all those little personal elements that make you have compassion for the characters.