This is not good for Lady Gaga. Gaga was in Japan over the weekend peforming at an MTV Japan benefit relief concert. Soon after the tragedy in March, she started selling selling bracelets she designed with the words “We Pray for Japan” on them.
Each bracelet cost $5, with a pledge that all proceeds would go to relief efforts. However, a lawsuit alleges the money hasn’t been donated to the charity.
The complaint says that Gaga kept part of the $5 that every customer paid for a wristband and inflated shipping charges so she could pocket more. She then counted even the money she allegedly pocketed in her donation figures, artificially inflating donation numbers, in order to make more money, the suit charged. The complaint was made by the reputable firm 1-800-LAW-FIRM.
Good luck Gaga – we don’t trust ambulance chasers like 1-800-LAW-FIRM. This is all bull sh*t!