Popular 1990s R&B group En Vogue is being sued by a record label, who claims they signed them and wrote a check, but they left and inked a deal with another company.
According to the legal docs, obtained by TMZ, Rufftown Entertainment owner Rene Moore says he shelled out $190,000 to fund an En Vogue comeback in 2010 with original members Cindy Herron, Terry Ellis and Maxine Jones that never happened.
As of 2011, they were in the studio, excitedly recording new music. However, four years after, Moore says they never toured or put out an album, and eventually signed with another label called Pyramid Records in 2014.
He says En Vogue cost him a fortune and wants both the group and Pyramid to pay any potential money they cost him, asking for $100 million.
Just a week ago original member Maxine Jones’ house went into foreclosure after filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in late December, according to TheJasmineBrand.