Kevin Hart is currently the center of attention for an eager audience, but this audience isn’t a theater filled with people waiting to hear his jokes, it’s a courtroom filled with people waiting to witness a $1.8 million lawsuit brought forward towards the comedian.

The company, iGo Marketing & Entertainment, is suing Mr. Hart for a breech in contract after he allegedly did not hold up his end of the deal the made when in fact Kevin did until a point. Apparently, the person who made the contract is claiming that he was to receive 15% on any deal negotiated for the actor that involved partnerships with “Miller-Coors, Coke-Zero, Vitamin Water, Electronic Arts, two deals with Caesars Entertainment, the Cosmopolitan Hotel and a deal with Verizon Wireless,” (which Kevin Hart did). Kevin was said to have kept this promise until a deal came around with Rally Healthcare (which has not been listed in the above partnerships) in 2015.

iGo claims they secured a deal with Kevin and Rally that would give Kevin payments in cash and stocks, which implies that they assumed they deserved 15% of the deal although that company wasn’t listed in their arrangement. When Kevin reportedly canceled the deal, he thought it meant he had to stop paying commission, but that wasn’t the case where he’s said to have stopped paying “15% on the third year option of the deal or for the value of the stock option.” He is now being sued for breach of contract and the plaintiff wants no less than $1.8 million. Kevin has counter-sued the company for using his name and fame for marketing and is demanding the lawsuit be dismissed.