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Taylor Swift Sued Over A Hoedown
Posted by Joseph Lee on 02.18.2013

TMZ reports that Taylor Swift is being sued over a hoedown she was supposed to perform at, due to claims she kept the $2.5 million she was paid even though the event was canceled.

Promoters of the Capital Hoedown in Ottawa, Canada, a country music concert scheduled for August of last year were forced to cancel when plans fell through. The ticket company responsible for the event filed the lawsuit in New York. They claim that Swift received all of her money up front. They think she should take care of the $1.8 million the company had to refund in tickets since she got the money for nothing.

Swift's representative says that she never made a deal with the ticket company and hasn't seen the lawsuit yet. Even if she did pay, she still would have $700,000 for a concert she never had to appear at.


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