Dude, you don't mess with Team Jacob's trailer — you do NOT want Taylor Lautner to get all emotionally distressed and stuff.
The "Twilight" star has sued an Irvine, Calif.-based RV rental outfit for fraud and breach of contract, claiming it failed to deliver on his order for a motorhome to use as his "personal trailer" while shooting a movie.
The lawsuit, filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleges that McMahon's RV negotiated the sale of a 2006 Affinity Country Coach, a bus-sizedmotor home (below, left), which Lautner planned to use as his dressing room instead of a rental trailer issued by the studio. Under this arrangement, the studio was to pay Lautner $3,000 per week.
Terms of the deal — reached by Lautner's father, Dan — included that the RV be fixed up, cleaned and in running order in time for delivery on June 21.
But it came late, Lautner's lawsuit claims, and when it arrived, it had multiple safety and operational problems.
Which brings us to the best part: Besides his claims of losing money, Lautner was forced to use the rented RV instead of his own rig, which he considered "preferable to any rented or substitute RV, resulting in displeasure, annoyance and emotional distress to Taylor Lautner."
Poor kid. Nothing like having to repeatedly take your shirt off in somebody's skeezy rental, right?
Pamela Chelin contributed reporting for this story.