Ten Former American Idol Contestants (Each) Suing For $25 Million

Wow. Things aren’t looking that great for the producers of American Idol.

According to TMZ, ten former African-American contestants have filed a lawsuit against the show. They claim they were unjustly released from the show because of their race. The kicker is that each contestant that filed is looking to gain $25 million for their troubles.

As reported, the contestants’ lawyer say American Idol used arrest information to categorize them as “violent criminals, liars and sexual deviants.” The people suing are Corey Clark (Season 2), Jaered Andrews (Season 2), Jacob John Smalley (Season 2), Donnie Williams (Season 3), Terrell Brittenum (Season 5), Derrell Brittenum (Season 5), Thomas Daniels (Season 6), Akron Watson (Season 6), Ju’Not Joyner (Season 8), and Chris Golightly (Season 9).

UTG will keep you in the loop with further information on this case as it develops.

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4 Responses to “Ten Former American Idol Contestants (Each) Suing For $25 Million”

  1. Heather OMalley says:

    Affirmative Action babies looking to hustle up some cash from the man. What a bunch of racists…

  2. Guest says:

    Does it ever end?

  3. DepthTested says:

    I like how they’re upset that they were made to look like criminals and deviants. LOL. Yes, you morons, that’s so black people would vote for you.

  4. DepthTested says:

    Ise wants mines, bi-yatch.