It is reported that a judge has approved a class action suit against Ticketmaster and Madison Square Garden, for allegedly selling seats with obstructed views of Michael Jackson's 30th anniversary concert in 2001.
The suit could cover over 7000 ticket holders, who were not warned that they would have an inadequate view.
The suit was filed by Dana Gross, who paid $98.50 plus service charges for each of six tickets to see Michael Jackson in September 2001.
She is asking for a modest compensation of $14M!
To venture a non legal opinion, if I may, but does this not seem to be a teeny weeny bit excessive?