A promoter claimed her Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour took precedence over his pre-arranged booking.
Faith Evans' life just got easier after settling a $100K lawsuit from a concert promoter. The singer reportedly signed conflicting contracts to perform in 2016 as a result of the Bad Boy Reunion Tour.
Back in 2015, Evans signed a deal with the Middle Georgia Entertainment Group for a show in Atlanta. For the September booking, she was paid $17,500 ahead of time by the company owned by Jeremy Hill. But soon after, Evans allegedly signed a deal with Live Nation for the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour that had conflicting dates with the aforementioned Atlanta show.
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Hill claimed that because Evans didn't fulfill her obligation to perform in Atlanta, he suffered pain and damage to his reputation—adding up to $100,000 in damages. Evans claimed she signed the deal with Middle Georgia Entertainment Group, so Hill had no personal right to sue.
Luckily, the two reached an agreement.
As reported by The Jasmine Brand, Hill recently filed a voluntary dismissal of all claims against Evans. He explained they reached an amicable settlement out of court. Per their deal, he will dismiss the entire lawsuit and it will be closed once and for all.