(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — John Coletta of Seabreeze Productions España SL came out of hiding earlier in the week just long enough to release a statement denying any wrongdoing in the cancellation of concerts by Jamiroquai, Bryan Adams and the English National Orchestra at the Mijas racecourse on the Spanish Costa del Sol.
The former Deep Purple manager used the statement to deny implications that he had absconded with company funds, claiming that he is in fact Seabreeze’s biggest creidtor.
The release goes on to say that the company was forced into canceling the concerts because, among other reasons, “sponsorship” funds towards the concert production from Mijas Town Hall, Unicaja and the Costa del Sol Tourist Board were allegedly received by “other parties” and not the organizers, according to English-language paper Sur.
In the release, Seabreeze frequently referred to a “partnership” with the racecourse management Carrera Entertainment Limited, which is part of the Majestic Group, who has denied involvement in the cancellations.
Seabreeze has stuck by the claim that the fact that the courts were closed in August is the reason for the delay in the liquidation process. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers