Avril Lavigne Files Lawsuit Against Concert Streaming Company That Owes Her $375K For NYC Gig
Avril Lavigne has reportedly filed a lawsuit against 2VLive, a concert streaming company which allegedly owes her $375,000 for a gig at Manhattan’s Highline Ballroom.
the 29-year-old pop-punk diva was
only paid $125,000 of the $500,000 she was promised for the September 25 concert and promotional appearances.
The 23-page legal document, which was filed in Los Angeles, outlined that the Canadian crooner was also supposed to receive 15% from 2VLive video greeting cards.
The last time the Hush Hush rocker was involved in a legal battle was in 2007 when The Rubinoos sued her for allegedly stealing their 1978 song “I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend” for her 2007 song ”Girlfriend”.
In 2008, the case was closed after a confidential settlement was reached.