Menu

InstagramTwitterYouTubeFacebookSnapchat
Globe Icon
Current Affairs

RuPaul star Adore Delano sues for $3.5 million

Joseph McCormick April 4, 2017

RuPaul’s Drag Race star Adore Delano is suing for millions of dollars.

The drag star, real name Danny Noreiga, is suing his management company Producer Entertainment Group (PEG) for $1 million in lost income.

Noreiga, who has released ‘I Adore U’, as well as appearing on season 6 of drag race, alleges gross mismanagement of revenue by PEG.

According to TMZ, Noreiga says in court filings that he has earned $2.5 million in the past three years, but has only earned $300,000 from PEG.

He says that PEG and his record label, among others, worked to embezzle much of the revenue from records and “hundreds of concerts”.

After Party, another record by Delano, reached number one on the Billboard Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart.

Noreiga says he has found proof that PEG had mishandled the revenue, sometimes taking as much as 70 percent of his appearance fees as well as other amounts of money.

He also says that his management team threatened to “destroy his career” if he questioned his finances further.

Noreiga asks for $1 million in lost revenue and another $2.5 million to cover punitive damages.

PEG represents a number of other Drag Race queens including Biance Del Rio.

Del Rio last week hit out at Republican Candace Cameron Bure calling her “homophobic” after she posted a picture wearing a branded shirt.

Fellow Drag Race star Gian Gunn also last week out as trans to help celebrate transgender visibility day.

The show got its biggest ever ratings as it returned for season nine, partly due to Lady Gaga making an appearance.

The show’s host RuPaul recently hit out at female bachelorette parties who head to gay clubs for their festivities.

He also received homophobic abuse after revealing he is married to his partner of more than two decades.

More: Adore DeLano, RuPaul's Drag Race, US

Read comments (0)

Close icon