- Special Features
- Blogs & Columns
- Fun & Games
Stacy Betts, a woman who filed a lawsuit against Justin Bieber last summer, dropped her lawsuit.
According to TMZ, in the lawsuit, Betts claimed that she went to Bieber's concert and he created such a frenzy on the crowd and the noise gave her permanent eardrum damage.
She asked for $9 million in damages, but dismissed the case last week because she currently did not have any lawyers.
She then said that moving forward without any lawyers, on her own, is nearly impossible, but she still believed in her case.
The court dismissed the case on the same day she filed her request.
Star Pulse reported that Stacy Betts went to the Bieber's concert in July 2010 in Portland Oregon with her daughter.
She recorded in the lawsuit that the singer made such a crowd noise and loud music, she got tinnitus, a constant ringing sounds in her ears, until two years later.
Betts said, in the concert, Bieber climbed to a steel gondola and had it moved into the audience. She said that the pop star created a wave sound by pointing to various sections of the audience.
"(He) then enticed the crowd into a frenzy of screams by continuously waving his arms in a quick and upward motion," she claimed.
She stated in the lawsuit that the gondola acted as a "sound conductor creating a sound blast that permanently damaged both of my ears."