It looks like actor Thomas Gibson is about to be thrust into the media spotlight but for all the wrong reasons. The talented actor who is considered synonymous with the hit television show "Criminal Minds" is being taken to court over money allegedly owed to Craig Dorfman of the firm Frontline Entertainment Management.
The manager claims that he has been managing the actor's business affairs since he became a star on the hit series "Chicago Hope" and since then he has been the one constant in the actor's life and career.
The manager allegedly worked with Thomas Gibson under the basis of a oral contract and he alleges that their agreement was for 10% of Thomas Gibson's salary. The problems arose when the actor asked for the manager's fee to be reduced to 7.5% and when the manager refused he was fired.
The end of the business relationship seems to have triggered a character assassination by the manager as he been revealing details of the actor's alleged personal mistakes such as claiming to have had to pick up the actor from jail one time and another time having to defend the actor after Thomas Gibson had "allegedly sent lewd videos and messages to a stranger he met online."
In addition to releasing unflattering details of Thomas Gibson's personal life he also is disclosing professionally embarrassing information to anyone who will listen to him. He has called the actor "Captain Vanilla", a phrase that the manager says has been attributed to Thomas Gibson for his "lack of professionalism"and he claims to have had to been the one to mend fences for the actor after he has fought with co-workers and made up excuses for last-minute cancellations of press tours.
Actor Thomas Gibson's ex-manager is a very unhappy person and he seems to have decided that he is going to do whatever it takes to get what he wants from Thomas Gibson even if it means humiliating him through social media.