47 Year old Brent McMahon, owner of the Irvine, Calif.-based McMahon’s RV, held a press conference Monday to challenge the buffed-up Lautner to settle his lawsuit with a push-up contest.
Lautner sued McMahon’s last week for not delivering a $300,000 customized trailer for the shoot of his new movie “Abduction, (Custom trailer. DIVA!)
McMahon and attorney Adam Obeid say that Lautner demanded $40,000 before filing the lawsuit. But McMahon has seized a great promotional opportunity by challenging Lautner. If Lautner shows up and wins the push-up contest, McMahon will pay him and his Shark Kid Entertainment the $40,000 to settle the case. If McMahon wins, he’ll donate the $40,000 to Children’s Hospital of Orange County.
Lautner, of course, feel pressured to donate the cash himself. Which is what might happen: It turns out that Lautner’s reps quickly turned down the contest offer, but welcomed a settlement in the form of a $40k donation to a charity. But felt compelled to add: “McMahon’s RV’s response to our client’s legitimate claim further demonstrates the lack of professionalism that Mr. McMahon, his company and his employees have exhibited from the outset, and that compelled the filing of this lawsuit in the first place,”
What a bunch of little girls. ALL OF THEM!