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NIS13 Million ($3.6 Million) Class-Action Suit Against Rihanna’s Late Show In Israel


“The producers did not provide the full value for the show, and pocketed large sums of money.”

Rihanna Performs Live In Perth

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A NIS 13 million ($3.6 million) lawsuit has been filed with the Tel Aviv District Court, with a request to have it recognized as a class-action suit, against the producers of Rihanna’s performance in Tel Aviv, Shai Mor-Yosef and Guy Beser.

The petitioner, Liron Shor, who was at the performance, claims, “The producers did not provide the full value for the show, and pocketed large sums of money.” He claims, “The show began an hour and ten minutes late, during which time the audience stood and waited for the singer with great frustration, and feeling of insult and anger.”

Shor adds, “In view of the failure of the value, the purpose of the lawsuit is to compensate the audience, which is why this suit has great public importance.”

Rihanna’s performance, last Tuesday, has been called by members of the audience, “Utterly improvised, ” “scandalous”, and “shameful”. One person said, “We feel cheated and deceived.”

Published by  www.globes-online.com 

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