CNBC star Marcus Lemonis' company has been sued by an RV company that claims he tried to buy the business and when he was rebuffed he tried to sabotage it.
Lemonis, who's show "The Profit" tries to rehab struggling businesses, is CEO of a company called Camping World, which made a bid to swallow up another company called RV Sales.
The suit claims to Lemonis' chagrin, RV Sales had no interest in selling, and that's when RV alleges Lemonis went on the attack. RV claims it got a shipment of damaged vehicles and out of the blue Lemonis called and again offered to take all RV's problems off its hands by buying the business. In short, RV is accusing Lemonis of causing the damage to the vehicles to get the upper hand.
RV claims Lemonis didn't stop there ... he pulled other stunts to strong arm RV into selling to Camping World.
Lemonis tells us the suit is bogus and RV Sales has made outlandish allegations before to cover up their horrible business decisions.