Celine Dion standing in front of a stage© Lester Cohen/WireImage
Celine Dion

Celine Dion and her administration, CDA Productions (Las Vegas) Inc., are refuting claims that the singer refused to pay commissions owed to Rob Prinz and ICM Companions from a $500 million multi-year touring and performing deal she signed in 2017.

“I am unhappy and dissatisfied by this false report that I am refusing to pay ICM or Rob Prinz,” stated Dion in an announcement. “I do know that my workforce has made a number of particularly reasonable and beneficiant provides to them and we actually put loads of effort in making an attempt to work issues out.”

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On Wednesday, ICM Companions dropped Dion as a shopper for allegedly failing to pay commissions. The choice, as Billboard first reported, was introduced in an inside memo.

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Prinz, at present companion/co-head of worldwide live shows at ICM, has represented Dion for 30 years, for the reason that starting of her profession. The memo, which was obtained by Billboard, additionally said the company will likely be initiating authorized proceedings in opposition to the singer in an effort to obtain that compensation.

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In keeping with the brand new assertion from CDA, the administration firm claims Dion had already terminated Prinz and ICM Companions on Might 7, 2018, and that she is just not refusing to pay tens of millions of {dollars} in commissions from the touring deal.

CDA and Dion stated they’d not remark additional.

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