New Pussycat Doll member, Chrystina Sayers, found herself at the centre of a disagreement in Toronto, Canada last week after a limo chauffeur who’d been hired to transport her and the band on a recent trip revealed he’d yet to receive payment from the pop star’s team.
The girl band member enlisted the services of John Arsenov, the owner and operator of Amberlea Executive Limouisne Service, while visiting Hogtown, Toronto between February 24-26th, running up a bill of $2,000.
Chrystina Sayers is the latest member of the girl group, joining the band last year after winning the TV search to find a new singer for the Pussycat Dolls.
However after chasing the Pussycat Doll’s promoter for payment several days after the job had taken place, the limo hire boss went to the press for help, with the local Toronto newspaper running a story on the unpaid limo bill. The limousine operator also contacted the police with regard to the incident who.
The matter has now been resolved, with the Pussycat Doll’s promoter, Neil Johnson, settling the $2,000 which was left owing. Chrystina Sayer’s representative revealed it was a matter for the promoter to resolve, and nothing to do with the singer herself.
Limo hire boss Mr Arsenov says he let his guard down when taking on the job chauffeuring the pop star and the rest of the band and didn’t insist on a credit card payment up front, which is usual procedure.