Taylor Swift reportedly sued for keeping $2.5 million from canceled concert
Fans weren’t the only ones left upset when Taylor Swift didn’t perform at a huge country music concert in Canada, according to TMZ.
The gossip website reports a ticket company is suing Swift for money they lost when her performance at the Capital Hoedown in Ottawa was cancelled. The suit claims the pop star made $2.5 million for the performance that never took place back in Aug. 2012.
The company allegedly had to refund $1.8 million in ticket sales when the show was canceled, and they want Swift to pay for their loss.
The singer’s rep told TMZ Taylor never made a deal with the ticket company and has yet to see the lawsuit.