Madonna sued by concert visitor claiming to have reduced the value of the ticket he purchased by reducing the start time
She has a longstanding reputation that she is hours late for concerts.
And the habit is overtaking Madonna by a class action lawsuit of dissatisfied ticket buyers, TMZ reports with reference to legal documents.
The 61-year-old pop icon resets the start time of multiple tour dates from 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM, to the anger of one Nate Hollander.
Oh oh: Madonna through a class-action lawsuit of dissatisfied ticket buyers regarding her current tour; she was shown during a recent concert in Brooklyn
Nate claims that his ticket for her Tuesday December 17 concert in Miami Beach has fallen dramatically in value because of the time change.
He says he paid $ 1,024.95 for three tickets and that his attempt to get a refund was rejected, and now some like-minded customers are coming to him in court.
Madonna arrived late for shows during her current Madame X tour, which takes its title from her latest studio album.
Her performance this Thursday at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas would start at 10.30 pm, but she was unable to get on stage until after midnight, FOX5 Vegas reports.
Problem: the 61-year-old pop icon resets the start time of multiple tour dates from 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM, to the rage of one Nate Hollander; pictured on the stage in Chicago
One participant wrote down twitter: & # 39; Well, I think Madonna is the first concert I've been to where people booing and & # 39; refund & # 39; sang. & # 39;
The show did not end at 2:45 am and a Wonderwall insider said that & # 39; more than 500 refunds & # 39; were given to disappointed concert visitors.
Her previous tour brought a large number of similar stories – including that she was more than four hours behind a concert in Melbourne in March 2016.
Madonna appeared on the stage at 12:50 pm for a show that was supposed to start at 8:30 pm, and finally ended a bit shy at 3:00 am, according to CBS.
There she is: Madonna is shown on stage during a 2012 concert in Tel Aviv, for which she was 45 minutes late according to The Hollywood Reporter
When she arrived in Brisbane, she was so late in her show that by the time concert attendants left the arena, they had missed the last train, Billboard reported.
There were rumors that she was drunk on stage during the Australian part of that tour, but she denied so much on Instagram.
& # 39; Thank you for supporting me. It's a shame that people don't know the art of acting and playing a character. I could never do one of my shows high or drunk, & she said.
& # 39; And yes, all of this is at the root of sexism and mysongony, which proves that not only do we not get equal pay, but we are still treated as heretics when we get out of step and think outside the box! . Sexism is alive and kicking but I am #livingforlove. & # 39;
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