Not even a crew of shirtless men could save Vivica A. Fox.
Just one day after we learned that the actress is facing a lawsuit from her former business partner, it is now being reported that her reality TV show, Vivica’s Black Magic, has been canceled after its first season.
According to Variety, Lifetime has decided not to renew Fox's reality show for a second season. The show detailed Fox's controversial business venture in Black Magic, a male strip club, which is now the subject of a lawsuit between Fox and her former business partner Jean-Claude LaMarre. Marre is now suing Fox for libel, slander and intentional interference. He is also claiming that Fox stole his strippers. Both Fox and LaMarre were executive producers on Vivica's Black Magic.
Fox also came under fire in recent months for claiming that the club was only meant to target women, sparking backlash from the LGBT community.
The series premiered for its first, and only, season back in January. Fox has yet to comment on the show's cancellation, and it seems she already has her hands full with the recent legal drama.
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