Landlord Sues former NBA All-Star Chris Webber Over Restaurant

March 2, 2010 at 9:41 am by Terez in Chris Webber

How bout a drink Terez, What you having?

Former Sacramento Kings star-turned restaurateur Chris Webber is being sued for nearly $3 million in connection with Center Court With C-Webb, his Natomas restaurant that closed in November. In a lawsuit filed Feb. 23 in Sacramento Superior Court, Promenade, which owns the Promenade at Sacramento Gateway Shopping Center, is suing for $1.8 million under terms of the 20-year lease signed by Webber and partner Jeff Dudum, of Dudum Sports and Entertainment, in 2005 with Opus West Corp., which has since filed for bankruptcy protection. The landlords are also asking for $1 million to help re-lease the property, $134,997 in overdue rent, $50,000 in cleanup fees and another $41,399.32 a month until the court renders a judgment. — Sacramento Bee

So many athletes slap their name on restaurants thinking the fans will come out to support….apparently not for C-Webb. -TO

C Webb Average At Best

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