Beyonce just completed her Mrs. Carter world tour but at least two fans still want more from Queen Bey.
Raquel Castellanos and Gabriella Davidson bought tickets to the Chicago concert at the United Center but claim that due to poor planning on the part of Beyonce's team, they were trampled by a mob of concert-goers before they could get inside the venue.
To add insult to injury, the two women were rushed to a nearby hospital and didn't even get to see the show.
Now they're suing Beyonce for an undisclosed amount, blaming the star directly for the incident, which left them unconscious with broken bones.
Both Beyonce and the Live Nation corporation that managed her tour have declined to comment on the suit.
The plaintiffs claim both parties are responsible for failing to provide "a reasonable system to permit an orderly entrance" to the concert.
This is the second controversy that Beyonce's been involved with in the past few days. Just last week the singer drew criticism after posing for what many considered to be offensive photos at the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam.
No court date has been set for the lawsuit and many expect Beyonce and Live Nation to reach a settlement deal with the injured women.