Mariah Carey has successfully brushed back a multi-million dollar lawsuit stemming from multiple show cancellations in Latin America.
Mariah Carey’s arduous lawsuit against a Latin American promoter has now been resolved in the singer’s favor. According to court documents shared with Digital Music News this morning, Carey successfully defeated the lawsuit from promoter FEG Entretenimientos SA alleging breach of contract and defamation.
The breach of contract allegation followed three cancelled shows in 2016, specifically in Chile, Argentina, and Brazil. Leading up to those no-shows, Carey was apparently unable to receive advance payment from FEG, a literal show-stopper.
– Excerpt from an article written by Paul Resnikoff for Digital Music News. Find the full article here.
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