American pop diva Madonna sued her own fan named Nate Hollander. As it turned out, the man bought three tickets for the concert artist, but she had it for a few hours, and this, according to plaintiff, he was caused harm. It is reported by CNN.
Outraged fan has filed a lawsuit because, in his opinion, violated an oral agreement between the viewer and the artist. Hollander bought three tickets for 1025 dollars for the Madonna concert, which was held on 17 December at the Fillmore Miami beach 20:30 local time. Soon, however, the star suffered a speech at 22:30. Nate insists that due to the transfer of the concert at a later time, he and other spectators who have bought tickets, have suffered losses.
It is worth noting that the Ukrainian star is also sometimes transferred, and concerts, and the concerts themselves. But in such cases people can just take the tickets and get their money back. What to say when famous artists in Ukraine with large delays go on stage, when all the guests gathered at the concert. In Ukraine yet there were no such precedents, to us it is trivial, which all take for granted.
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