Mad Town’s lawyer has revealed details on the group’s lawsuit to nullify their exclusive contract with GNI Entertainment.
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On September 12, the group’s lawyer, Sun Jong Moon of the law firm Sun and Partners, revealed, “Mad Town are receiving no financial, material, or human resources from their label. There are no employees at the agency, no official website, and the office space was sold. The Mad Town members have no transportation, manager, or dorm. This makes it impossible for them to do any activities, and they haven’t promoted since their last album in June of 2016.”
Lawyer Sun continued to make a case for the Mad Town members, saying, “When they were about to grow as a group, they were forced to move agencies, and they’re now in a predicament where they can’t perform at all. They’re hurting because of this. As their current contract is still standing, Mad Town cannot request help or sign with another agency.”
Last year, Mad Town were moved from J.Tune Camp to GNI Entertainment after the former label’s closing. GNI’s CEO was arrested for fraud earlier this year, and the staff of the label have deserted the company.