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David Beckham is suing Mark Wahlberg over a fitness brand deal that reportedly cost him $10 million

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David Beckham is suing Mark Wahlberg over a fitness brand deal that reportedly cost him $10 million

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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Beckham teamed up with golfer Greg Norman in 2022 to sue F45 for damages in excess of $18.85 million (£15.2 million). They alleged that the company failed to fulfill its contractual obligations in a timely manner and gave “preferential treatment” to other investors, including Wahlberg. They were later told by the judge that they had to file a lawsuit separately.

Another athlete, former NFL receiver Terrell Owens, has filed a similar lawsuit against F45 in 2017, claiming the company had paid him no more than $700,000. A co-CEO denied the allegations and told TMZ“We are not a company that doesn’t pay our bills.”

Although F45 started trading at $16 per share when it went public in 2021, shares in the company are now worth just 15 cents, according to recent market data.