A talent agency filed a $5 million lawsuit against members of the History Channel series "Pawn Stars" on Tuesday claiming they lost massive amounts in commissions based on its 10 percent interest in their income, according to The Hollywood Reporter. 

Venture IAB Inc. talent agency filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against reality stars Richard B. Harrison, Richard K. Harrison, Richard C. Harrison and Austen Russell. The agency signed with the stars in 2007 but claimed in their lawsuit that "Pawn Stars" executives steered the cast toward another agent, Michael Camacho.

"As a result of the intentional interference with Agency Agreements, Plaintiff has lost millions of dollars of income," the suit read, according to E! News.

Also noted in the suit was that in early 2010, the network's executive Nancy Dubuc and development and programming Vice President Mary Donahue allegedly "interfered" with the written contract between Venture IAB and the reality stars by urging them to terminate their agreement "so that Dubuc's and Donahue's friend and agent, Michael Camacho of UTA, could take over."

Camacho is a defendant in the suit, along with History owner A&E Television Networks, Dubuc and Donahue.

Two of the "Pawn Stars" involved in the suit were reportedly fined by police for allegedly leaving trash at a state campground in California over Thanksgiving weekend.  Father and son Rick and Corey Harrison camped in Glamis, Calif., with friends and they reportedly left the place with garbage all around. Law enforcement sources said that there was trash left all around the site, specifically beer cans and a barbecue grill. The two reality stars were fined $1,000 per person, though Cory later denied the rumored fine.

"Pawn Stars" airs Mondays at 10/9 p.m. Central. The television series follows around the daily activities of the Harrison family and their team's dealings in the family-owned and run pawn shop located on the Las Vegas strip. They buy, sell and appraise items of historical value.

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