Thalia is being sued for breach of contract over a big-money fashion contract.
The Mexican singer is being sued over a 20-year deal with EDF Brands to license products in her native country. The company claims that she blew off promotional duties and insisted on a whopping $120,000 travel budget beyond the bounds of their contract.
For a two-day trip for a product launch, Thalia’s demands are said to have included a private plane from New York to Mexico City for $65,000, hotel rooms for $15,000, security for $25,000, hair and makeup for $6,000 and a stylist for $10,000.
“Within months of entering into the agreement ... Thalia demands a $65,000 plane to fly her to Mexico and [then] threatens through her attorneys to terminate the agreement,” EDF’s attorney, Andrew R. Goldenberg, told Page Six.