When you can’t catch a break, you can’t catch a break.
A new addition to Justin Bieber’s “things to deal with” list, a woman is suing the singer claiming she damaged her ears at one of his concerts.
Stacey Wilson Betts, the mother of a Bieber fan, and frivolous lawsuit filer, is suing Justin Bieber, his record company, a concert promoter, and the arena to the tune of $9.23 million dollars in damages according to a new suit posted on TMZ.com
Betts claims that Bieber is the reason her hearing has been damaged.
The mother and daughter attended Biebs’ show in Portland, Oregon in July 2010. Betts claims that the crowd noise (screaming girls) and music were so loud that she got tinnitus, a constant ringing sound in her ears, which she is still suffering from more than two years later.
The mother of a Justin Bieber fan is suing the pop star, his record company, a concert promoter, and a concert arena for $9.23 million in damages, according to TMZ.com. She insists Bieber’s the reason her hearing has been damaged.
In July, 2010, Stacey Wilson Betts and her daughter attended a Bieber concert in Portland, Oregon. Betts claims the crowd noise and the music were so loud, she got tinnitus, a constant ringing sound in her ears – which she still suffers from two years later.
The suit claims, “(He) then enticed the crowd into a frenzy of screams by continuously waving his arms in a quick and upward motion”, stating that the gondola acted as a “sound conductor creating a sound blast that permanently damaged both of my ears.”
Good luck lady!