Dave Holmes, the former manager of Coldplay, has filed a claim in the High Court in excess of £10million against the band for breach of contract after the group allegedly refused to pay him for his contributions to albums and tour preparations.
He also wants the band to pay the commissions he was entitled to, as outlined in the contract, and cover the ‘loss and damage equal to the profits’ he would have made, as well as everything he is entitled to from prior contracts.
Coldplay’s spokesperson said Mr Holmes’ management contract expired at the end of 2022 ‘at which point they decided not to start a new one’.
‘The matter is now in the hands of Coldplay’s lawyers and the claims are being vigorously disputed,’ the spokesperson added.
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