Fehn accuses Shore of playing a role in screwing him out of profits from Slipknot. He says that Shore and his company were directly responsible for managing his personal and business finances. Fehn believes they had fiduciary obligations to him.
The drummer says that instead of looking out for his best interest, he generally made decisions that enriched himself and the other band members of Slipknot.
Fehn wants the judge to not dismiss Shore and allow his entire lawsuit to continue.
SLIPKNOT Manager Tries To Get Chris Fehn Case Dismissed But Fehn Urges Judge To Move Ahead With The Suit
Former (?) Slipknot percussionist Chris Fehn is trying to get a court to get his case against Slipknot to move forward, even though the defendants are doing everything they can to get it dismissed. Fehn claimed the band was keeping money from him, setting up corporations that he was not aware of. Fehn had since been dismissed from the band,even though the statement has since been pulled from the band's website. Frontman Corey Taylor has publicly said he and his band are being wrongfully accused.
Slipknot's business manager, Robert Shore, who is also named in the case, has requested to be dismissed from the case, denying he did anything wrong. According to The Blast, Fehn is requesting a judge deny the notion that Shore be dropped from the case. According to The Blast: