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American Express is suing Terrence Howard for racking up a hefty credit card bill and failing to pay the balance.
According to TMZ, American Express filed legal documents back in November claiming Howard charged a total of $33,474.79 but their attempts at getting the actor to pay did not work.
The credit card company is alleging breach of written contract and other finance-related affronts. They want Howard to pay his balance along with the 10 percent interest that has since accrued on his account and any legal fees, reports E! News.
Howard's camp has not commented on the situation yet.
Recently Howard has starred in the World War II drama Red Tails and is currently playing a small role in On the Road now in theaters.
His next project is starring in Movie 43, which is jam-packed with stars like Hugh Jackman, Emma Stone, Kate Winslet, and Gerard Butler, just to name a few. The film hits theaters January 25, 2013, according to IMDB.