'The Most Interesting Man In The World' -- Sued For Being The Cheapest Client In The World
'The Most Interesting Man In The World'Sued For Being The Cheapest Client In The World
10/2/2015 5:21 PM PT
His blood might smell like cologne and he might be able to increase a new car's value when he drives it off a lot, but according to his former manager ... "The Most Interesting Man In The World" is a deadbeat.
TMIMITW, aka Jonathan Goldsmith is being sued by a former manager who says he helped Goldsmith land the Dos Equis job. The manager says he was supposed to get 10% of Goldsmith's earnings.
However, he claims Goldsmith stopped paying him in 2014. The manager says TMIMITW told him he was done paying him simply because he had given him, "enough."
This is a choice passage from the lawsuit, "...had Goldsmith landed a role that more accurately portrayed his true character, he would have landed the role of 'The Least Honorable Man in the Entertainment Business.'"
According to the lawsuit, Goldsmith is set to rake in roughly $2 million by the end of 2016 -- he wants his 10%.