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A lawsuit has been filed against Taylor Swift for allegedly keeping $2.5 million from a cancelled concert.
Swift was slated to headline a concert in Canada last summer, but the event was cancelled TMZ reports. The "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" singer was given the money upfront and now the company, who must refund all concert hopefuls, says that Swift received the money and must pay the money back as she never performed. The ticket company is said to be refunding roughly $1.8 million.
The lawsuit was filed in federal court in New York, but Swift’s rep has come forward to say that the 23-year-old singer never made a deal with the ticket company and has not yet seen the lawsuit.
According to Taste of Country, the concert was cancelled due to promoters inability to get the “hoedown” off on the right foot and is not because of the Grammy Award winning singer.
Swift is currently prepping for her highly anticipated Red tour which reportedly kicks off in March in Omaha, Nebraska.