Farrah Abraham may be prosecuted if she withdraws from a celebrity boxing match.
The previous one Teen Mom OG Star is supposed to compete against the opponent Taste of love Alum Nicole "Hoopz" Alexander during the game scheduled for November 10th in Atlantic City.
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While confirming to PEOPLE on Friday that she still wants to attend the event, she claimed that the organizers who organized her violated the contract.
"They did not receive flights, nor did they deliver contractual obligations and safety," said Abraham, 27.
According to The explosionPromoters Damon Feldman, Samantha Goldberg and their lawyer Tony List threaten to sue for millions if they decline the event. They also said that they fulfilled all their demands and that the fight is still ongoing.
According to the report, first-class aircraft for Abraham and her nine-year-old daughter Sophia have been bought, and she has paid half of the amount she owed in advance.
TMZ reported that Abraham was to receive 32 hotel rooms, six airline tickets, and a couple dozen combat night tickets.
Both Feldman and Goldberg told The explosion that they are surprised by the situation and believe that this is a step from Abraham's team to gain publicity for the fight. The organizers of the event also informed the store that Abraham had never raised these questions during their press tour.
Abraham has actively posted about the match and shared her workouts on social media. She recently shared a photo of her and daughter in a boxing studio on Instagram.
Even when Abraham told people that she desperately wanted to fight, her lawyer made statements that she should not.
Abraham's manager David Weintraub recounted The explosion"Farrah has no choice but to be involved in this debacle. The organizer has violated the contract, he has fulfilled nothing that was promised in the contract. Mostly it was based on misinformation about his financial situation. We wish him the best with the cheap mockery of an exhibition fight. He also never secured a proper pay-per-view deal, which was included in the contract, or sold enough tickets. "