Kelly Clarkson has filed a lawsuit against her soon-to-be ex-husband and former manager, Brandon Blackstock.
According to documents obtained by OK! Magazine, the singer filed paperwork in October attempting to void her agreement with Brandon and Starstruck Management, the Nashville-based management company owned and operated by her former father-in-law, Narvel Blackstock.
Clarkson claims that the oral agreement she had with Starstruck was fraudulent and that Brandon and his father were operating illegally as unlicensed talent agents in California. She is seeking to be repaid for the “unconscionable fees” for “illegal services” rendered between 2007 and 2020.
This filing was submitted a month after Narvel filed a lawsuit against Clarkson, 38, saying she owed his company million from money she earned as a judge on The Voice and as host of The Kelly Clarkson Show.
According to Page Six, Clarkson’s attorneys are seeking to halt payments to Starstruck and to have her previous payments to the firm refunded to her.