The country music crooner is branded in the lawsuit as a 'paranoid, angry, deceitful and vindictive man who will turn against those closest to him on a dime.'
Garth Brooks is slapped with a lawsuit by Lisa Sanderson, who once worked for his production company, Red Strokes, to help develop film and TV projects for him. She calls the country singer a "paranoid, angry, deceitful and vindictive man who will turn against those closest to him on a dime."
In her lawsuit, Sanderson accuses the "Two Pina Coladas" hitmaker of torpedoing nearly all of the potential deals that came their way due to his "unreasonable demands." She also claims he denied her half of the profits and the bonus he allegedly promised for her service at the company.
A rep for Red Strokes dismisses all allegations in a statement to E! News, "Mr. Brooks, of course, denies everything in the lawsuit filed today by Lisa Sanderson. Mr. Brooks and Red Stokes Entertainment Inc. will continue to take the necessary steps toward resolving this matter through the legal system."