Stacey Solomon has been sued by her former X Factor management company Modest, after she left them like a clingy boyfriend by dumping them via a text message. The X Factor 2009 finalist moved from the company in January to be put into the hands of PR guru Max Clifford.
According to The Sun today, Modest claims that Stacey broke her contract and has launched a High Court bid for damages. Since moving from Modest, Stacey has seen her career soar, not only she is recording her debut album but the mum-of-one is also fronting new ITV1 primetime show Sing If You Can.
The sexy singer has become the latest face of supermarket Iceland and plans to release her autobiography this May.
In the court papers, Modest demands 20% of all of Stacey's earnings until May of this year as well as damages which would be worth £100,000.
Max Clifford said: "It's in lawyers' hands. Stacey wants the termination with Modest to be fair for everybody. She is very happy with how things are now."