TODAY – Two fans of Madonna filed a lawsuit against the singer on Jan. 17, accusing her of “false advertising, negligent misrepresentation and unfair and deceptive trade practices,” after she started her Brooklyn, New York, concerts hours late in December.
The suit says that the singer showed up more than two hours late to her shows on Dec. 13, 14 and 16, 2023, leaving concertgoers waiting for hours and “confronted with limited public transportation, limited ride-sharing, and/or increased public and private transportation costs at that late hour” after the show.
The suit also states that many people attended the concerts on a weeknight and then had to get up early the following morning to go to work or care for their families.
The lawsuit asks for a jury trial and is filed as a class action — meaning anyone who purchased a ticket to the listed show would potentially be eligible for a settlement or award.
The lawsuit says that Fellows, Hadden and any other potential plaintiffs “suffered actual harm” because of Madonna’s tardiness that included “annoyance, harassment, time, frustration and anger … ”