Over the years, there have been several instances where popular musicians such Justin Bieber, Beyonce, and Snoop Dogg have been sued by their own fans.
These lawsuits can be for a variety of reasons, including issues related to ticket refunds, personal injury, merchandise, meet and greets, and copyright infringement.
For instance, Stacey Betts decided back in 2010 to sue Bieber, claiming some 9.25 million dollars for damaging her hearing due to his high-pitched screaming attempt at singing.
Yet, three years later she explained that she couldn't afford the lawyer and the case was closed.
Meanwhile, 2019 blind fan Mary Conner filed a complaint against Beyonce and her company Parkwood Entertainment LLC.
She accused the website of discriminating against visually impaired people under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Back in 2005, Richard Monroe Jr. tried to step foot on the stage during a Snoop Dogg concert when he thought that the singer invited fans to do so. Monroe Jr. claimed that he suffered injuries after the security guards beat him.
He did sue the singer and everyone involved in the concert for 22 million dollars. The jury found Snoop Dogg, who did not intervene, not guilty, but there was a beating, so the record label, another artist who did intervene and several staff members were ordered to pay Richard Monroe Jr. 449,400 dollars.