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From the DailyNews.com:

Southern hospitality only goes so far.

A grand Memphis hotel slapped the Rev. Al Sharpton‘s group with an $88,000 suit charging the nonprofit didn’t pay bills from its national convention.

The famed Peabody Hotel is suing the National Action Network for $70,300 and $17,000 in attorney’s costs and other fees, stemming from the April 2008 conference.

A complaint filed by the hotel in Shelby County
Circuit Court did not clarify whether the charges relate to an unpaid
final tab or other charges, according to the Memphis Daily News. The
contract between Peabody
and the National Action Network included a clause that the group would
be charged for space it booked but didn’t use, the newspaper reported.

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