NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — After the Rolling Stones postponed an Oct. 27 Atlantic City concert behind Mick's ailing vocal chords, one irate fan Rosalie Druyan wanted some restitution. Her lawsuit, to the tune of $51 million dollars, alleges that the Rolling Stones acted in bad faith and committed fraud by not giving due and timely notice of the postponement, which came a scant four hours before show time. Rosalie had spent $575 for a pair of tickets and three hundred more for a room at the Trump Taj Mahal in A.C. The Brooklyn resident alleges in her class action lawsuit that the band could have notified ticket holders with greater promptness.
It's not just the A.C. date that's been bumped. Hawaii Rolling Stones fans were chagrined to learn that the November 22nd at Honolulu's Aloha Stadium has been dropped and two other dates, one in Oakland and the other in Los Angeles have been pushed back to November 6 and November 22nd respectively. Ostensibly the cancellations are due to Mick's throat infection but the Stones have also been dogged by rumors of poor ticket sales in some locations. A Halloween show at The Beacon Theater in NYC went off though and was filmed by legendary director Martin Scorsese who is hard at work on a Stones Docu. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers