A nightclub wants $115,000 from a Snoop Dogg promoter who allegedly double-booked the star in June, according to TMZ. Exchange LA club filed a lawsuit in L.A. against promotion company Movement Management after Snoop—who recently changed his moniker to “Snoop Lion”—failed to make a scheduled June 30th appearance at the nightclub.
Instead, Snoop was performing in Europe during his scheduled appearance.
The nightclub claims Movement won’t pay back its $15,000 to book the performer, and is suing for breach of contract and fraud.
In addition to wanting back its deposit, Exchange LA is also asking for $100,000 in punitive damages.
Looks like someone is in the dogghouse.
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