Two fans who were left with broken bones after being trampled at a Beyoncé show are suing the singer.
Two women are suing Beyoncé after they were trampled by a mob of fans at her concert in Chicago last December.
According to the suit, Raquel Castellanos and Gabriella Davidson arrived early United Center in hopes to get as close as possible to the stage in the general admission section. When the gates opened, there was a mad rush to the front of the venue, during which the two women were knocked to the ground and trampled, leaving them unconscious and with bones broken.
According to Castellanos and Davidson, the venue did not have a proper structure for allowing fans to enter the GA area.
The two women were hospitalized, and of course, missed the show.
They are suing The United Center, Live Nation and Beyonce for negligence, the amount of which is undisclosed.