Taylor Swift sued has become a top trending search on major search engines today, as Christian Post News reported this Wednesday, Feb. 20, that the pop country music starlet has been sued for keeping $2.5 million for a concert that was canceled in Ottawa, Canada.
According to a federal court lawsuit this Tuesday, Taylor Swift was sued after a concert back in August 2012 at the Capital Hoedown music festival. After the festival show was canceled, the “Never Ever Getting Back Together” singer reportedly kept her major paycheck of $2.5M. The lawsuit adds that the blonde starlet failed to reschedule her concert appearance as well, leading Taylor Swift to breach her contract in that regard as well.
The lawsuit was originally filed by FIRE USA Inc., a Florida ticketing company, once they were hit by a lawsuit from a payment company that was being held liable for refunds from disappointed Taylor Swift fans.
Now the Taylor Swift sued for $2.5M trend has turned back on the talented singer and her management, who have not yet commented on the lawsuit or public speculation. TMZ added that Taylor Swift has not yet seen the lawsuit nor made any deal with the accusing ticket company.