Miley Cyrus might never have thought that selling her Hannah Montana concert tickets could be such a trouble. Many fans who couldn't acquire the tickets through her fan club could now join forces to file a lawsuit regarding their loss.
Cyrus is serving 'Best of Both World Tour', a jaunt to promote her latest album 'Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus'. Since its first date in mid October, the tickets have been sold out under 5 minutes. However, some fans who registered to the fan club with the 'promise' that they will get priority for the tickets claimed they missed it.
The lawsuit, that potentially come from thousand of fans, is aimed to Smiley Miley Inc. and Media Marketing Inc. "They deceptively lured thousands of individuals into purchasing memberships into the Miley Cyrus Fan Club," attorney Rob Peirce said.
The membership cost $29.95 and ironically the number of people who could register exceeded the number of tickets sold for the tour.
In response to this, Cyrus' representative, Megan Prophet explained that more than 70,000 fans who became the member of the club obtained their tickets. Thus, the "claim that the vast majority of Mileyworld members were unable to obtain concert tickets is simply false."