The accuser says that the comedian is blaming some of his Hollywood friends for “bad financial advice.”
Seems like Steve Harvey will not be ending 2017 on a positive note well at least in the news cycle.
TMZ reports that the “Kings of Comedian” star is being sued for alleged fraud involving his charity, Steve and Marjorie Foundation.
The man, Vincent Dimmock, tells the website Harvey refused to pay his 12.5 percent commission after agreeing to raise $20 million. The suit details that after Dimmock delivered the first $1 million, Harvey started to decline to pay him his percentage.
Dimmock shed some gossip as well stating Harvey told his investor he introduced to the comedian that he blames Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry for “bad financial advice.” Even going as far as blaming Barack Obama for his meeting with Donald Trump.