Posted on Tue Feb 19, 2013 10:15 AM PDT
Taylor Swift is being sued after cancelling a set at a Canadian concert last summer, according to a federal lawsuit.
A legal firm hired to promote the show alleges that the country cutie was paid $2.5 million to perform in August at the “Capital Hoedown” near Ottawa, but she backed out.
After bailing on the gig, Swift did return her fees, but her cancellation led to a serious legal dispute between Evo Merchant Services, LLC, the company hired to sell tickets, and Fire USA Inc., a company that processes credit card orders. The singer was named as a third party, according to court documents filed last month.
Both firms are asking a judge to force Swift to pick up their losses. Taylor is worth an estimated $80 million, so it would probably just be a drop in the bucket, but still!
Think she'll be stuck with paying for this mess?
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