Taylor Lautner Sues RV Dealership for 'Emotional Distress'

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Whoa, is Taylor Lautner having a diva moment? According to New York magazine, the Twilight star has filed a lawsuit against a California RV dealership for failing to deliver his custom trailer on time.

Taylor's lawsuit claims that McMahon's RV in Irvine, Calif. missed a June deadline to deliver a $300,000 customized 2006 Affinity Country Coach RV for his use during the filming of Abduction, which is on location in Pittsburgh. Oh, but it doesn't end there.

According to court documents, the 18-year-old is also claiming he suffered from "emotional distress" and "annoyance" not only because the RV wasn't delivered on time, but because it wasn't "tricked out" the way he wanted it to be. Taylor is claiming breach of contract and fraud, and looking for unspecified damages in the case.

It's not clear whether Taylor tried to reason with the dealership before suing it, but we're guessing he tried everything in his power to resolve the issue before taking legal action. Still, Taylor's claim of "emotional distress" seems kind of inflated.
Whoa, is Taylor Lautner having a diva moment? According to New York magazine, the Twilight star has filed a lawsuit against a California RV dealership for failing to deliver his custom trailer on time.

Taylor's lawsuit claims that McMahon's RV in Irvine, Calif. missed a June deadline to deliver a $300,000 customized 2006 Affinity Country Coach RV for his use during the filming of Abduction, which is on location in Pittsburgh. Oh, but it doesn't end there.

According to court documents, the 18-year-old is also claiming he suffered from "emotional distress" and "annoyance" not only because the RV wasn't delivered on time, but because it wasn't "tricked out" the way he wanted it to be. Taylor is claiming breach of contract and fraud, and looking for unspecified damages in the case.

It's not clear whether Taylor tried to reason with the dealership before suing it, but we're guessing he tried everything in his power to resolve the issue before taking legal action. Still, Taylor's claim of "emotional distress" seems kind of inflated.

What do you think of Taylor's lawsuit? Do you think the actor is doing the right thing by suing the RV company for not delivering his trailer as requested, or do you think he's totally overreacting about the situation? Take our poll and let us know what you think in the comments. %Poll-51712%

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