Hannah Montana sued!
Welcome to reality, Hannah Montana. Fans of the teenybopping pop star sued her alter ego Miley Cyrus's fan club on Tuesday, claiming they should have been given priority for seats on her megaselling tour. The lawsuit, filed in Nashville on behalf of a New Jersey woman who couldn't get tickets, says the club promised that joining (at a cost of $29.95 per membership) would make it easier to get tickets from Cyrus's Web site. "They deceptively lured thousands of individuals into purchasing memberships into the Miley Cyrus Fan Club," plaintiff's attorney Rob Peirce said. The suit comes a day after StubHub.com announced that after-market Hannah Montana tickets were selling for $251 a pop, and she was on pace to surpass the Police for the top-grossing tour in the company's history. Her tour comes to the St. Pete Times Forum on Monday.