Former child stars Corey Feldman and Corey Haim have been hit with a $1 million lawsuit by three writers/producers, accusing the actors of breach of contract.
Feldman and Haim are alleged to have agreed a deal with writers David Pullano, Matthew Odgers and Jeff McCarthy to star in a reality TV show called The Two Coreys, which would follow the duo’s pursuit of fame.
They were reportedly due to approach TV bosses with the idea together – but according to legal papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, Feldman and Haim broke the deal and sold the show to the A+E TV network themselves.
Feldman and Haim are now being sued by the writers for breach of contract, unjust enrichment, unfair competition and fraud.
Pullano, Odgers and McCarthy want to take the case to trial, and are seeking $1 million in damages, reports TMZ.com.
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