HOLLY Willoughby is embroiled with her former agents in a bitter legal battle worth up to £10million. The This Morning star, 40, has hired lawyers to fight demands for commission. A source said: "No one wanted this to go legal but Holly won't simply give away her hard-fought millions without a fight." Holly has hired top lawyers, whom she met last week, to help her hold on to her money. The presenter has been told she faces a potential seven- figure payout should YMU — whose clients include Phillip Schofield , Amanda Holden and Ant and Dec — be successful. The row centres on so-called sunset provisions by which agents collect commission from a celebrity who has left them. They would seek a cut if Holly's contracts with shows including This Morning and Dancing On Ice are continued. A source said: "This is a sad finale to what was once a hugely successful partnership. "But YMU seem unhappy she's set up on her own and feel entitled to maximise a sunset provision to claim commission on the renewal of contracts. “This means, if she signed a new three-year deal with ITV worth £10million, say, they'd be entitled to around £1.5million… Read full this story
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