The lawsuit claims that TrinCity entered into an agreement to book for a concert on December 10th, 2010 and paid an advance fee of $16,250 to secure the date.
Brewster and TrinCity shelled out another $3,500 for bus transportation to the event and another $8,0000 for television and radio commercials to promote Soulja Boy's performance.
The lawsuit claims that reps for
According to TrinCity, reps for Interscope and MySpace agreed to pay $10,000 to offset the advertising costs and so that TrinCity could promote Soulja Boy's rescheduled date.
The lawsuit accuses MySpace of never reimbursing TrinCity for their expenses.
And although Interscope eventually paid their $5,000 portion, the money came to late, as TrinCity had no more money to promote the rescheduled Soulja Boy show.
The lawsuit claims Soulja Boy unjustly kept the $16,250 deposit.
Joseph Sheldon Brewster and TrinCity seek $1,000,000 in damages for breach of contract and unjust enrichment.