En Vogue Members Sue One Other
It has been reported that three members from the 90's girl group, En Vogue, will be suing each other. Ex-band member Maxine Jones, who left the band earlier this month, took to her Twitter account to reveal the news that she had been "forced" out of the group by bandmates Terry Ellis and Cindy Herron and that now they were planning to sue her…
"Yup Terry n Cindi r evil! They took over the LLC n bank acct, forced me out, gave my gigs to that chick LOL, and SUING #ME!" she said on Twitter, also adding "Real arrogant bitches drunk over power lol! My lawyer and I look forward to court! We're gonna catch it on our reality show 2 lol."
Former member Dawn Robinson, with whom Maxine Jones plans to form a new group, showed her support by adding: "Don't worry about it Max lol! The truth about they're asses had to come out sooner or later! Do NOT erase these messages lol!"
The news comes two years after the original group reformed in 2010, where they performed at a series of shows, including London's Indigo2. The band are most famous for their success in the 1990s after releasing three successful albums, which included hits such as 'Hold On', 'My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)' and 'Don't Let Go (Love)’.
Words: Tiffany Calver (@TiffanyCalver)