Janet Jackson's recent touring efforts were nothing short of a train wreck, with the singer and new-mom-at-50 postponing her "Unbreakable World Tour" multiple times in recent years. Now, one seriously pissed-off fan has filed a class action lawsuit against promoter Live Nation.
As TMZ reports, the lawsuit filed by Tiana Adams claims Live Nation is trying to avoid paying out refunds for the tour by repeatedly saying it is "postponed" and not "cancelled." At this point, there has still been no word on when the tour may take place — if ever.
As previously reported, Jackson announced the most recent tour postponement in April 2016 after previously postponements. At the time, the singer explained that she and her husband are "planning our family." As a result, the shows were called over on doctor's orders to "rest up."
Jackson eventually gave birth to her first child on January 3 at the age of 50.