Kurt Busch sued by former management company

Canadian Press DataFile |

Kurt Busch is being sued for nearly $1.5 million by his former sports management company after he terminated his relationship with the agency last March.



A federal lawsuit filed this month in Michigan by the Sports Management Network claims that Busch owes $930,000 under the terms of an agreement dating to 2012. SMN is also seeking $540,000 for the 2018 season.

SMN is seeking $1.47 million in damages plus court costs on nine counts, including breach of contract, fraudulent misrepresentation and unjust enrichment.

Alan Miller, Busch's attorney, didn't immediately return a request from The Associated Press seeking comment.

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