‘Black Magic’ creator sues Vivica A. Fox, accuses her of stealing strippers
Jean-Claude LaMarre has filed suit against Vivica A. Fox, accusing her of ruining his "Black Magic" business by stealing his strippers and bashing him.
Jean-Claude LaMarre has filed suit against Vivica A. Fox accusing her of ruining his “Black Magic” strippers revue by stealing his strippers and bashing him to the public and to his employees.
LaMarre pointed to Fox’s appearance on “The Breakfast Club” morning radio show a while back in which she claimed that “Black Magic” strippers would not strip for gay men as the downfall of their working relationship and the beginning of many more issues.
LaMarre said that after he tried to distance himself from Fox and her comments, she got mad at him, even though the LGBT community was blasting her and he wanted to make it clear that he didn’t share her views.
He claimed that after he tried to distance himself from her, she decided to start her own revue, stealing 4 “Black Magic” dancers from his revue by bad-mouthing him to convince them to join her. What’s more, LaMarre claimed that Fox has been pushing her fans and anyone following her away from his business, calling it “fake.”