On Wednesday, August 17, it was announced that a lawsuit had been filed against Coldplay in the UK by their former manager Dave Holmes, who had been with the band for 22 years.
According to information published by Variety magazine, Coldplay could have been sued by their former manager Dave Holmes. Get to know all the details.
Coldplay’s legal troubles?
Variety reported Wednesday morning, August 16 exclusively that the four members of Coldplay have been sued by their former manager David Holmes. Apparently, rock artists had to contend with a business dispute with whoever was part of their team from the start.
Chris Martin, Johnny Buckland, Guy Berryman, and Will Champion; The members of the Coldplay band, have been sued by David Holmes, since Variety magazine itself announced that legal documents had recently been filed in the UK.
In the same vein, a Coldplay representative told the aforementioned media outlets the following: “The band and David Holmes quietly parted ways 12 months ago after working together for 22 years, almost the entire professional career of the band.”
So far, Coldplay has not made any statement on the matter nor has they released any statement on their social networks.
What else is known about Coldplay’s lawsuit?
It is known that Coldplay has been managed in recent months by a team of Phil Harvey, Mandy Faust and Arlene Moon, executives who worked with David Holmes for several years until his departure about a year ago.
Likewise, a Coldplay representative didn’t want to give more details about the lawsuit, though he did confirm that everything would be due to a contractual dispute.
No further information was immediately available because the legal documents were not publicly available at the time this article was published.Featured in Variety magazine.
Apparently, David Holmes wants the legal process to be as private as possible, to avoid affecting Coldplay’s band’s image,
Former manager Dave Holmes has sued the four members of British rock band Coldplay. https://t.co/Jz13NdZzqY
—Variety August 16, 2023