PR Firm Sues Ken Hamlin

A PR firm called J Spot Marketing filed a lawsuit against Dallas Cowboys safety Ken Hamlin. The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, charges that Hamlin refused to pay the firm that he hired in April 2008. The information provided so far on the web here is so vague that it doesn’t even give the details in plain English.

I searched for more details on what the lawsuit alleges, but I could not find anything.  The company alleges that they are out $50,000, which doesn’t seem like a lot of money for a professional football player.

What exactly did this firm do for Hamlin? Was the company acting as his agent initially?  The firm has a list of prominent clients, including HBO, the Super Bowl, Showtime, the NAACP and Warner Brothers.

You can find the owners of the company here. President and CEO Ashley Jackson is a versatile entertainment professional with “a proven ability to make things happen.” What in the world does that mean exactly? Apparently, she failed to make anything happen for our safety, Mr. Hamlin.

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