A judge rejected the 17-year-old Irwin’s “DWTS” contract — which was put together by ABC legal counselors — on the grounds that it wasn’t marked by Steve Irwin, who kicked the bucket in 2006, as per TMZ.com.
Bindi’s mother, Terri Irwin, has marked a structure expressing that she surrenders all rights to cash Bindi gains on “DWTS” this season.
The judge now says she won’t approve the agreement until Steve Irwin signs the same structure. It’s vague if the judge is unconscious that Steve Irwin kicked the bucket, or on the off chance that she simply needs to see his passing authentication, as per the report.
Bindi, who’s still on the hit ABC show following eight weeks, gains $125,000 a week. She could acquire an extra $50,000 every week in the event that she makes it to Week 10 and 11, as indicated by TMZ.
Steve Irwin was slaughtered in September 2006 at 44 years old when he was assaulted by a stingray.