Ariel Pink was the sufferer of a lawsuit filed by director and actress Kansas Bowling, claiming that Pink had employed her to make a live performance movie in September, earlier than she didn’t pay her. Pink owes greater than $ 1,500 to Bowling, in response to a small claims motion filed Oct. 18 in a Los Angeles County Courtroom and obtained from Pitchfork. "Ariel has employed me to go on tour with him to movie his exhibits," reads Bowling's criticism, which was not represented by a lawyer. "Once we got here again, he mentioned he now not wished the video, so he didn’t should pay me."
The criticism alleges that Pink owes $ 1,560 to Bowling, ensuing from occasions occurring from September 18 to 21.
Bowling advised Pitchfork by e mail: "All I'm asking is the quantity I've been promised for a job I've already accomplished. I went on tour with him and I filmed 4 exhibits … I’ve to take him to small claims for that shabby and already diminished charge that I gave him so I might eat and pay my hire! "
Ariel Pink has formally acquired paperwork on this case, in response to the LA County Courtroom Data. A non-jury trial on this case is presently scheduled for January three, 2020. As of the date of publication, no consultant of Pink has not responded to Pitchfork's requests for remark.
Kansas Bowling is the director of the 2016 film B.C. Butcher, in addition to many music movies. As an actress, Bowling carried out Sandra "Blue" Good, Charles Manson's disciple, in Quentin Tarantino's As soon as Upon a Time in Hollywood, 2019.