Why Beyonce Is Being Sued by Two Long-Time Fans

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Two "long-time fans" attending the Mrs. Carter world tour in Chicago last December had a night they won't forget, but not in a good way. Raquel Castellanos and Gabrielle Davidson claim they had general admission tickets to Beyonce's show and arrived early to make sure they could get as close as possible to the singer on stage.

But when doors to the United Center opened for her concert, they were supposedly caught in a stampede. According to their lawsuit, the two girls were pushed to the ground by the rushing crowd, where they suffered broken bones and became unconscious.

They were taken to a nearby hospital and never got to see the show. In addition to naming Queen Bey in the lawsuit, they're also suing the United Center and Live Nation for negligence and failing to properly plan a safe entrance to the venue.

It's too bad the Mrs. Carter tour just wrapped because we're sure Beyonce would be happy to offer them VIP access to one of her shows in return for their botched night. No word from the singer so far on the lawsuit.
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