The singer says she was supposed to earn $500,000 for performing in NYC, but she has so far only received $125,000 from the company.
Avril Lavigne is suing live concert streaming company 2VLive over unpaid gig, TMZ repots. The Canadian superstar has filed a lawsuit against the company in Los Angeles, claiming they owe her $375,000 for a gig she did last year.
In the 23-page suit, Lavigne explained that she signed a contract with 2VLive to make a promotional appearance and play a concert in New York City on September 25, 2013. She was supposed to be paid $500,000 for it.
The company agreed to pay her in three installments, $125,000, $300,000 and $75,000, but she has so far only received the first payment.
According to the lawsuit, Lavigne also signed a deal with an affiliate of 2VLive that creates video greeting cards. She was supposed to pocket 15% from that deal, but she hasn't received the money either.