Sylvester Stallone sued for $7m over 'Strong'
Sylvester Stallone has been slapped with seven million dollars lawsuit by his personal trainer Robert Fletcher.
Washington, D.C.: Sylvester Stallone has been slapped with seven million dollars lawsuit by his personal trainer Robert Fletcher over the claims that he has stolen the idea of his show 'Strong' from him.
Fletcher claimed that he created a show called 'America's Next Great Trainer' and sent his pitch materials to the 69-year-old's publicist, and also to agents at William Morris Endeavor, TMZ.com reports.
In his lawsuit, he claimed that the show ' Strong', which features male and female trainers competing in various physical challenges, is exact carbon copy of his show.
Fletcher has also NBC, personal trainer Todd Durkin and television producer David Broome for allegedly stealing his idea for a TV show.