May 26, 2010, 10:10 AM EDT
Yeah, that’s the ticket! Oh wait, it’s actually not the ticket, and that’s the problem:
Comic Jon Lovitz and others are being sued by the Los Angeles Dodgers
over claims they failed to pay nearly $100,000 for season tickets for
the 2010 baseball season. Delaware-based Dodger Tickets LLC filed the breach-of-contract
lawsuit Monday in Los Angeles.
The lawsuit claims Lovitz and 100 other individuals entered into a
written agreement in March 2008 to buy three dugout club seats for all
baseball games played at Dodger Stadium in 2008, 2009 and 2010.
I’m sure he intended to buy the tickets, but that the person he had mailing the check — um, Morgan Fairchild, yeah! — forgot to send it.
According to the article Lovitz could not be reached for comment. I’m assuming, however, that if he was reached he’d say “it STINKS!”
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