Miami breach of contract attorney defends ‘Biggest Loser’ star sued for weight gain
If you enter a legally binding agreement and come to realize that another party has failed to meet its end of the deal, it’s in your best interest to consult with a Miami breach of contract attorney to see if you have grounds to take legal action.
Fans of NBC’s weight loss reality show “The Biggest Loser” may remember Tara Costa, who NBC News reports lost 155 pounds while on the program and came in second place in the overall competition. Following her appearance on the show, the fan favorite entered a business deal with fitness company FC Online Marketing Inc. (FCOM), agreeing to be a spokeswoman. Now, after Costa allegedly gained “about 45 pounds,” FCOM is suing her for material breach of contract, claiming that she violated a fitness clause.
In response to these allegations, Costa’s Miami breach of contract attorney has noted that he will be filing a countersuit on behalf of his client, who he says has “remained physically fit and even participated in an Ironman competition.”
“This case has absolutely nothing to do with Ms. Costa’s weight and everything to do with FC Online’s breach of an appearance contract, along with their exploitation of Ms. Costa’s name and image without compensation on a website that promoted their commercial services,” said Costa’s Miami breach of contract attorney.
If you have reason to believe that a contract you have entered hasn’t been legally fulfilled, a Miami breach of contract attorney can help you mount a legal case. Miami lawyer Scott A. Ferris, Esq. has been practicing law for more than 25 years, and is available to address his clients’ concerns whenever they need him. Contact him today at 305-670-3330.