An insurance company that issued a policy for Limp Bizkit is asking a judge to rule it has no liability for any damages awarded as the result of a tee
A mom named Barbara Michalik, in December 2003, filed a claim in the Supreme Court of New South Wales naming Limp Bizkit, its personnel, and their show promoters, to have all caused her daughter's death. The victim, Jessica Michalik, 16, died after being trampled by fans at the "Big Day Out" festival in Australia on January 26, 2001.
The suit, further, claimed Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst "incited" the crowd to rush toward the stage. So, the girl's mom asking for compensation from the band. Just now, Pennsylvania-based Diamond State Insurance Co. that issued a policy for Limp Bizkit is asking a judge to rule it has no liability for any damages awarded as the result of Jessica's death. The suit in Los Angeles Superior Court said the band was not charged with any wrongdoing.