Martin Philbey/RedfernsThe details of former Slipknot percussionist Chris Fehn‘s lawsuit against his now former band mates have emerged.
The suit, filed March 13 with the Supreme Court of New York County, names Slipknot’s Corey Taylor and Shawn “Clown” Crahan, as well as several business entities across numerous states. Fehn says that he was unaware of those businesses, and alleges that they have been used to cheat him out of his rightful share.
Fehn accuses the defendants of two counts of “breach of fiduciary duty,” as well as “breach of implied in fact contract” and “unjust enrichment.”
“The actions of Crahan and Taylor have damaged Fehn and the Slipknot partnership,” the suit reads. “Fehn is entitled to an accounting of the business of the Slipknot partnership from its inception through and including the present.”
Fehn seeks damages and equitable relief. You can read the entire complaint now via the Supreme Court of New York County’s website.
News of Fehn’s lawsuit was first reported by The Blast last Thursday, March 14. Slipknot announced the following Monday that Fehn was no longer in the band.
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