Steve Harvey
Steve Harvey is being sued for alleged charity fraud. Pictured: Harvey hosts the 66th Miss Universe pageant at Planet Hollywood hotel-casino on Nov. 26, 2017 in Las Vegas. Reuters/Steve Marcus

Steve Harvey is in hot water again.

The "Family Feud" host is being sued by a man named Vincent Dimmock for failing to pay him his commission. According to Dimmock, he and Harvey struck a deal in April to raise $20 million for the Steve and Marjorie Foundation. The TV mogul reportedly promised him 12.5 percent of everything he brought in, TMZ reported.

Dimmock has access to high-level executives, A-list entertainers and politicians, including a former president. He got pledges for $20 million and delivered the first million to the "Little Big Shots" host. However, Harvey reportedly refused to give him the promised commission.

Dimmock added that he introduced Harvey to an investor in May. During the meeting, Harvey allegedly criticized Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry for their bad financial advice. Harvey also blamed Barack Obama for his "disastrous meeting with Donald Trump."

When asked about the issue, Harvey's agent, Todd Frank, said Dimmock's complaint seemed bogus to him. "It sounds fake. Steve is the most loyal guy in the world. I've never been stiffed on a commission from Steve Harvey in 21 years," Frank told TMZ.

Meanwhile, according to the complainant, Harvey and his charity are struggling financially due to PR gaffes. The American comedian made headlines earlier this year due to several controversies, including him mocking Asians and his meeting with Trump.

On the Jan. 6 episode of "The Steve Harvey Show," the TV personality mocked a 2002 book titled "How to Date a White Woman: A Practical Guide for Asian Men." Harvey suggested that the book should only have a single page. "'Excuse me, do you like Asian men?' No, thank you. I don't even like Chinese food, boy. It don't stay with you no time. I don't eat what I can't pronounce," Harvey said in a mock-female voice, as quoted by USA Today.

Harvey has issued an apology for his controversial remarks. "I offer my humblest apology for offending anyone, particularly those in the Asian community, last week. It was not my intention and the humor was not meant with any malice or disrespect whatsoever," he wrote on Twitter.

In May, Harvey's ex-wife, Mary Vaughn, also sued the comedian for $60 million for damaging her soul. Vaughn alleged that she was subjected to "prolonged torture with the infliction of severe mental pain and suffering" while they were married.