Sony shafting Glee cast over soundtrack royalties?

Several of the Glee cast members are believed to be furious with Sony over unpaid royalties which they believe they are entitled to.

Sony allegedly hasn’t paid a dime to several of the cast members of the hit musical series for their work on the show’s soundtrack Glee: The Music – Journey to Regionals.

Although the album hit number 1 on the Billboard album charts, several members are claiming Sony has stiffed them out of profits.

Mark Salling, who plays Puck on the show, says he has received nothing from the music giant while Cory Monteith (Finn) says he only “got 400 bucks from it going number 1, but you know what, that’s OK, because if I’m patient, and this thing does really well, maybe I’ll see another 400 bucks.”

The feud is also spilling over to the cast’s solo careers with several Glee members signing record deals with other labels out of spite.

Matthew Morrison has signed on with Mercury Records for his album while Salling inked a deal with Pipe Dream Records.

Source: All Headline News

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