Brandon Blackstock, previously Kelly Clarkson’s manager during their marriage, has been directed by a California labor commissioner to reimburse his ex-wife millions in overcharged commissions.
The commissioner’s ruling highlighted that Blackstock had exceeded acceptable boundaries by securing engagements and deals for Clarkson on platforms like “The Voice,” Norwegian Cruise Line, Wayfair, and as a host for the Billboard Music Awards. The decision noted that only agents, not managers, could legally procure such roles, with limited exceptions.
Blackstock and mandated repayments
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