TMZ reports, a lawsuit has been filed against Jennifer Love Hewitt. The suit claims Hewitt owes her former management company for brokering the seven-year deal for her hit show "The Ghost Whisperer."
Handprint Management alleges that Hewitt breached her contract, and claims her career wasn't really going anywhere until landing a role on the hit series. They say their work brought her "back to national prominence as a television star."
J-Love cut ties with Handprint in March 2005, but the lawsuit claims that her big deal for "Ghost" was struck while she was with them. Handprint also says Hewitt paid them in full for the first season of her hit show, but refused to pay for season two.
The suit is seeking a minimum of $350,000 in damages.