LOS ANGELES (AP) -- An RV dealership sued by Taylor Lautner over a custom vehicle is denying wrongdoing and has proposed a way to resolve the case out of court -- a push-up contest.
Lautner sued McMahon's RV a week ago, claiming it failed to deliver a custom vehicle in time for use on the "Twilight" star's latest movie.
Brent McMahon owns McMahon's RV in Irvine, Calif. He says he tried to resolve the dispute with Lautner out of court, but that the actor's camp demanded $40,000 as a settlement.
McMahon says he's willing to pay the 18-year-old the money -- if the actor beats him in a push-up contest.
Lautner's attorney, Robert Barta, did not immediately return a phone message.
The 47-year-old McMahon says if he wins, he'll donate the money to charity.