Julian Gill sues the company he was an ambassador for for $5 million
His attorney, Edwin, reported Monday that famous Argentine actor Julian Gill has filed a lawsuit in a Miami court against natural products company Carson Life and its CEO, Sonia Guzman, who is seeking $5 million for breach of contract. meadow.
According to Prado, the Argentine-born actor and Carson Life They agreed that Jill would be the brand ambassador, In addition to using your image in advertising campaigns to promote products.
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Prado added that the translator “Professionally delivered for every directive and promotion request from Carson Life,” but Carson Life did not fulfill its “responsibility.”
“My client has made Carson Live position itself from the beginning as a leader in promoting general well-being and physical health through the products it offers, and contributing to its standing and credibility with the Spanish-speaking public,” deepens the attorney, who was president of the Puerto Rican Bar Association in Florida.
The first hearing of this case is scheduled for June 9 in Miami-Dade County court of southeast Florida.
The actor, TV presenter, and entrepreneur, who grew up in Venezuela and Puerto Rico, last year joined the Prostate Cancer Prevention Campaign in Latin America and the United States called “Behind the great man there is prevention awareness. Choose to live, check yourself.”
Julian Gill has been known throughout the continent for his participation in twenty television series, over a dozen films, plays and TV shows, and was part of the cast of the Mexican series What’s wrong with my family?