Man Says Vivica Fox Stole His Strippers, His Show, And Tried To Ruined Him


by Mike Winslow

(AllHipHop News) Vivica A. Fox is been hit with a lawsuit, claiming she stole the idea for a black male stripper show and then dissed the real owner on social media after he distanced himself from her.

Jean Claude LaMarre and “Black Magic Live” filed a lawsuit against Vivica earlier this week, claiming she’s engaged in a conspiracy to ruin his reputation.

LaMarre says the whole thing started when he teamed up with Vivica to produce the stripper show “Vivica’s Black Magic,” which was based on LaMarre’s all-male review, “Black Magic Live” and his documentary “Chocolate City.”

Things started to go south, when Vivica told The Breakfast Club that her Lifetime reality show was for females and not intended for gay males, enraging the LGBT community.

LaMarre says he did an interview with in an attempt to defend Vivica, but that only pissed her off.

As a result, LaMarre began distancing himself from Vivica, which resulted in a 75-date tour based on the reality show “Vivica’s Black Magic” being scrapped.

Vivica one want to create a competing show called “Xplicit Minds” and stole four of his five dancers.

Things only escalated to the point of a lawsuit, when Vivica would not stop slandering Lamar on social media, and claiming that his new “Black Magic Live” review was a fraud.

Now he’s dealing with this in court, and suing for libel, slander breach of fiduciary duties and is seeking damages that will be determined by the court.