Lady Gaga finds herself in all sorts of sticky situations.
But the million-dollar lawsuit she's currently stuck in the middle of may be even more odd and stoke more flames than her blood-soaked VMA performance.
Here are the essential details of Gaga's legal drama ...
- An Irish entertainment company called "Grooveyard" claims they were looking to book talent for a couple of October concerts in Belfast and Dublin.
- Naturally, they struck a deal with a New York City-based company claiming to rep Lady Gaga, paying $320,000 to book the possible hermaphrodite.
- Naturally, the dude who cashed check may not even rep Gaga. Grooveyard claims after they began promoting Lady Gaga, AEG Live hit them with a cease and desist letter, stating that AEG alone has authority to book Gaga.
Lady Gaga is so hot these days, people will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to people who just claim they represent her and don't actually deliver the Gaga.
The company is therefore rather upset, confused, and demanding their money back in a million-dollar lawsuit filed in New York State yesterday afternoon.
The moral of the story?
Don't shell out $320,000 to someone claiming to rep a star.
Unless you know for a fact that such an enormous sum of money is going to result in Lady Gaga nude or darn close to it on stage, just sit tight a little longer.