Former Bad Wolves vocalist Tommy Vext has sued the group's manager and label head Allen Kovac, saying that he conspired to have hiim kicked out of the group. According to TMZ, Vext has alleged that Kovac became increasingly unhappy with Vext‘s well documented expression of his right-wing political beliefs and various conspiracy theories.
Vext claims that his social media statements regarding protests in Los Angeles and Portland last year, as well as his thoughts on the riot at the U.S. Capitol Building that took place earlier this year, were among some of the key posts that angered Kovac. Vext also claims that Kovac attempted to stop him from continuing to make political statements and tha Kovac also tried to buy the Bad Wolves trademarks from him.
Vext has also claimed that when he refused to sell his stake in the band, Kovac strong-armed radio and streaming services to stop playing the band's music as part of a campaign to effectively cancel Vext‘s music career.