Singer Kali Uchis sued by former manager

R&B singer Kali Uchis is facing legal action from her ex-manager over allegations of unpaid earnings.
Claire Bogle claims she was hired as Uchis’ representative in November, 2016, and entered into a deal to receive 20 per cent of the musician’s gross earnings for her work.
During their partnership, the Get You star reportedly banked $1.5 million (£1.2 million), but Bogle alleges her former client “fabricated excuses to delay or not pay” and “would misrepresent her receipt of gross income” in an apparent bid to give her manager less than what she was allegedly owed.
In legal papers obtained by The Blast, Bogle recalls repeatedly asking Uchis for her commission, and demanding she be paid her due when the debt reportedly reached $250,000 (£199,000).
However, instead of receiving the funds, Bogle claims she was fired without cause in October, 2017 – and now she is taking the dispute to court.
Bogle is seeking at least $250,000 in damages.
A representative for Uchis has yet to comment on the accusations.
The news emerges days after the 24 year old featured on Mac Miller’s first posthumous release, a track called Time, which was released by rapper/singer Anderson .Paak’s band, the Free Nationals.