The bitter feud between The Voice coach Guy Sebastian and his former manager Titus Day has reached boiling point, with Titus last week applying for an apprehended personal violence order (AVO) against the singer in court.
Hinting he's keen to reveal more about their fractured relationship, Titus said, "I have nothing to lose any more."
Titus, who has previously represented other Australian celebrities via his 6 Degrees management company, including Sophie Monk, revealed he had filed the application at Waverley Local Court for a Provisional Apprehensive Violence Order against Guy, 38, with the matter listed for mention on June 11.
The tense situation comes just a few days after Guy and his stylist wife Jules, 40, had their legal team allege Titus attempted to wrongfully divert musical royalties owed to the singer up to the value of $30,000.
Late last month, the father-of-two's lawyers applied to the Federal Court to amend its claim against Titus, as part of his proceedings against him, to include emails which allegedly show he provided new bank details for the owed money to be deposited in – money that is reportedly the proceeds of Guy's earnings from international music rights.
Guy is already claiming Titus owed him and his wife $200,000 in unpaid fees and has been at war with Titus since their split in 2017, after years of working together.
Meanwhile, Titus claims he is owed $800,000 by the Battle Scars singer.
Certainly, the relationship between the pair, whose families used to holiday together, has come to a complete halt after a lengthy 12-year working relationship.
"After 12 great years together I'm very sad to be losing Guy as a client," Titus said at the time.
"But he is a wonderful talent and a good person, so I wish him well in everything he does," he said before things between the pair took a turn for the worse.
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