There is no a signed agreement between the public relations company Mcsquared, hired by the Ecuadorian government, and the American actress Sharon Stone, who should have come to the country as part of the “Chevron’s dirty hand” campaign, and for which was she handed two payments: one for $ 270,000 and another for $ 77,400. This, according to information from The Daily News of New York, that cites the demand.
According to the daily, the suit acknowledges that there was only an oral agreement between MCSquared, Stone and the booking agency. Rather, there was a “meeting of the minds,” the document suit states.
Stone would have been hired to visit the area contaminated by Chevron in Ecuador’s Amazon.
However, MCSquared said that the lack of agreement was harmful because as a result of not having a replacement celebrity for Stone, the agency’s multi-million contract with Ecuador was not renewed.
For the breach of oral agreement, the Mcsqueared company sued Stone.