Travis Tritt Takes Legal Action
In legal papers filed in Nashville, Tennessee, Tritt also accuses Termini of exaggerating Category 5 Records' financial resources and its ability to honor its financial commitments, and of not paying him money for royalties and promotional travel.
Tritt, who signed a five-year deal with the record label in 2006, is seeking $10 million in damages.
Other artists on Category 5 Records' roster include George Jones and Sammy Kershaw.
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