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Contractor Sues Gordon Ramsay's Fat Cow Over $45,000

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Looks like shouty British chef Gordon Ramsay has even more legal trouble on his hands. TMZ reports that Ramsay's Los Angeles restaurant The Fat Cow is being sued for not paying a contractor in full. The restaurant's outfitter claims that Ramsay spent $191,235.24 on equipment like the restaurant's range, hoods, dishwasher, fryers, and fridges. According to the suit, $45,350.35 remains unpaid. There has not yet been a statement from Ramsay's reps. Maybe Ramsay will just turn it over and say "I've been meaning to do that" like he did with The Spotted Pig UK trademark.

· Fat Cow Sued For Being DAIRY DAIRY CHEAP [TMZ]
· All Gordon Ramsay Coverage on Eater [-E-]

The Fat Cow

189 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90036