Beyoncé Video Game Lawsuit Headed for Court

Beyoncé Lawsuit Set to Proceed

Beyoncé is the named defendant in a $100 million dollar lawsuit brought by a video game developer.

A Manhattan judge says Gate Five’s lawsuit can proceed against the singer.

Judge Charles Ramos said that Beyoncé’s

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Lawyers for the singer claimed they were within their rights to back out of the Starpower: Beyoncé video game deal when it became apparent that Gate Five didn’t have financing in place for the project.

Gate Five contends that they were just days away from its planned Dec. 6, 2010 investor signing when Beyoncé walked away from the venture.

Lawyers for the company say that when the singer backed out the company was forced to layoff 70 employees. The judge said in his decision to allow the suit to go forward that Beyoncé should have given the game developer notice of her intent to back out of the deal.

Source: the New York Post