'Teen Mom' star Chelsea Houska's $4M lawsuit granted extension for 7th time amid legal battle

'Both sides agree that we are unable to complete discovery by November 30 and thus, respectfully request an extension to January 31,' stated defendants' legal team

'Teen Mom' star Chelsea Houska's $4M lawsuit granted extension for 7th time amid legal battle
'Teen Mom' star Chelsea Houska's $4M lawsuit granted an extension (Instagram/@chelseahouska)
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VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA: 'Teen Mom 2' star Chelsea Houska and her husband Cole have requested for a delay in their $4M lawsuit in the federal court. The reality star who was sued for withholding money has finally been granted an extension for her case.

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Chelsea and Cole, sued by consulting company Envy, were asked to present the complete documents and financial statements by November 30. Seeing themselves unable to provide data before the given date, the legal team of Chelsea's side presented a letter of request to the judge. The letter claimed "Both sides agree that we are unable to complete discovery by November 30 and thus, respectfully request an extension to January 31," reported by The Sun

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Well, this is not the first time that Chelsea and Cole have requested an extension. According to the reports, this is their seventh request in the case. The primary reason claimed for the extension of the case stated by the legal team was that "several new defendants have been added to the case and discovery is sought from them which is requiring additional time to complete." A trial date is yet to be announced by the court. 

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The reality star and her husband's company C&A Enterprises are listed and addressed as the "defendants." The claims made against DeBoers and their manager William Dzombak stated, "Through discovery in this action, Plaintiff learned that Defendants failed to disclose the existence of additional entities that appeared to engage in licensing for Chelsea and DeBoer." Furthermore, the claims were made that Dakota Ln LLC was created after the threat was made to Plaintiff for instant litigation. The defendants on the other hand claimed that "they complied with the order, but failed to produce licensing agreements and related revenue records." 

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'Teen Mom' started walking into the contract with Envy in 2015 and her husband joined in 2016. By signing this, they made a contract with Envy to "enter licensing agreements for the property through Envy only." They were further bounded to pay 35% of all fees and royalties earned from domestic deals and 40% of all earned from foreign deals. The couple is sued for breaching the contract by making certain brands directly pay, avoiding making Envy aware of the payments. The couple is now accused of allegedly hiding revenue in various secret LLCs.

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Chelsea and Cole are currently working on their upcoming reality show 'Farmhouse Fabulous,' set to release in 2023.

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