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Lady Gaga Lawsuit

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Lady Gaga is being sued by US consumer attorneys 1-800-Law-Firm for stating that all profits from a wristband on her website would go toward tsunami relief in Japan, and then allegedly not forking over all of the cash. The suit also claims that Gaga and team jacked up the shipping price of the bands and kept the change from the difference. Interestingly, the charges were filed under a little something called the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization act, "which has been used to try Catholic sex abuse cases and criminality by the Hells Angels Motorcycle club." [Daily Mail UK]