Producer sued by LA Dodgers for non-payment of season tickets

Filmmaker Steve Marlton is the second of two Hollywood personalities sued by the Los Angeles Dodgers for alleged non-payment of season tickets.

In a breach of contact complaint filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court, the Dodgers maintain the "Rescue Dawn" producer owes $304,800.

According to the Dodgers, Marlton signed a deal with the team for the use of two dugout club seats for the 2010-14 seasons. But he failed to pay his first installment of $60,000 due on Jan. 8 and now the team is asking for the full price for all five seasons, the suit states.

Marlton was not immediately available for comment.

Also on Monday, comedian Jon Lovitz was sued by the Dodgers for allegedly failing to pay $95,400 for three premium seats for the current season.

A representative for Lovitz was not immediately available for comment on the breach of contract lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court.

According to the complaint, Lovitz entered into a contract with the team in March 2008 for use of the three dugout club seats for all baseball games during the seasons of 2008-10, with annual 3 percent increases per seat for the second and third years.

The Dodgers canceled Lovitz's agreement for this year in April because of non-payment, but still want the money owed the team, according to the lawsuit.