And the Slipknot drama continues. A new report on Chris Fehn’s lawsuit against Slipknot has surfaced via Des Moines Register, featuring several comments from Joseph Dunne.
Here’s the statement:
“He [Fehn] thought everyone was being treated equally. My client really is just hoping to figure out a way to work this out with the people he’s worked side by side with for the last 20 years.”
The source further points out that the lawyer said that “there has been no official change in Fehn’s employment with the band,” and that “If it was up to Fehn, he would remain a member.”
Interestingly enough, the statement about Slipknot parting ways with Fehn has been removed from the official site.
“In his 14-page lawsuit, Fehn accused the band’s manager and his New York City company, Rob Shore & Associates Inc., of managing the band to enrich Crahan and Taylor ‘out of proportion to the efforts and undivided interests of the other general partners.’
“Among his claims, Fehn, who lives in Michigan, said he has never held any interest in at least five Slipknot businesses, one of which formed more than two decades ago, according to the lawsuit. Information about the operation was restricted, Fehn claimed.
“The lawsuit’s four counts include a breach of fiduciary duty and unjust enrichment.
“Fehn’s lawyers recently began talking with the defendants, so Dunne could not speak at length about the suit. The defendants were ordered to answer within 20 days.”