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AVRIL LAVIGNE SUING CONCERT STREAMING COMPANY

Avril Lavigne is suing a concert streaming company for agreeing to pay her for a performance, but they have yet to hold up their end of the bargain. TMZ has reported that Avril was supposed to get paid $500,000 for doing a show in NYC, but nearly a year after the performance she has yet to get paid.

The singer filed a lawsuit against 2VLive claiming that the company agreed to pay her in exchange for promotional appearances and a concert in NYC on September 25th. According to docs obtained by the site, the company agreed to pay the rocker in three installments. Avril was supposed to get $125,000, $300,000 and $75,000, but she said that she only got the first payment.

Avril also said that she was supposed to get 15 percent from a 2VLive affiliate that produces video greetings cards, but has yet to get those funds as well.

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