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Taylor Lautner Sues Trailer Company

Twilight’s werewolf and heartthrob Taylor Lautner is suing a Southern California R.V. dealer for failing to deliver a trailer he was going to use while filming a movie, says.
The 18-year-old sued an RV dealership for not delivering his customized rig in time for the shoot of his new movie "Abduction."
In a lawsuit for breach of contract and fraud filed on Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, Lautner alleges that McMahon's RV didn't come through with a properly outfitted $300,000 2006 Affinity Country Coach RV on time. Taylor claims his dad, Dan Lautner, negotiated with the Irvine, California-based McMahon's RV dealership to deliver the $300,000 customized 2006 Affinity Country Coach RV by a June deadline so the star wouldn't have to rough it on the set of the thriller "Abduction."
The lawsuit documents state, "McMahons failed to timely complete the contracted-for-improvements for the Subject RV and further, failed to deliver the Subject RV to SKE in a safe and operative condition as scheduled on June 21, 2010. In fact, when McMahon ultimately delivered the RV, same had multiple safety related problems.....SKE and Taylor Lautner were deprived of the use of and occupancy of the Subject RV, which was preferred to any rented substitute RV resulting in displeasure, annoyance and emotional distress of Taylor Lautner."
Taylor alleges that the incident caused him "emotional distress" and "annoyance.” He is suing for breach of contract and fraud and is seeking unspecified damages, inclusive of attorney’s fees.

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