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War Machine helps Christy Mack resolve contract discrepancy with Fleshlight

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According to a Feb. 6 report from Fleshlight.com, Fleshlight CEO Steve Shubin has vowed to fix a $10,000 discrepancy in his company's contract with critically-acclaimed adult film actress, Christy Mack.

"It has come to my attention that a discrepancy with Christy Mack’s recent contract has occurred," Shubin said. "The contract had been re-written to include a clause that held back fees for the individual girls product development.

"This issue of recovering fees was intended to be utilized only if the girl decided to leave the program early. It would allow Fleshlight the opportunity to continue selling the product until our fees were recovered. This has never happened and no girl has ever quit Fleshlight. I regret that this has happened and the clause has been removed. Christy is an awesome Fleshlight Girl and any money initially held will be immediately paid to her."

Shubin's company faced some scrutiny in the MMA community, after Mack's boyfriend, Bellator MMA star War Machine, argued that the adult actress had been scammed out of approximately $10,000.

Mack, a world-renowned superstar actress and model, has been working with the adult toy company, Fleshlight, since last year.

Apparently she signed a contract that had some fine print in it, and it wasn't until this month that she realized she wouldn't be making as much money from the deal as she thought she would.

Mack, 22, didn't want to make a big deal about the situation, but Machine took Fleshlight to task with a series of tweets claiming the company pulled the wool over the actress' eyes with a shady contract full of fine print.

Machine, who fights Nah-shon Burrell at Bellator 112, was pleased to hear Shubin step up by removing the clause in Mack's contract that would have lessened her pay.

"I will remove all of my negative comments as soon as I'm done at the gym @Fleshlight and I wish you the best! Thanks for stepping up," Machine tweeted.

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